Brazil Court Removes Gay Marriage Hurdle - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Since a May 2011 Supreme Court ruling, gay couples in Brazil can legally marry-- although no actual federal legislation permitting same sex unions has been passed. But some registry offices have refused to comply with the Supreme Court decision allowing same sex unions, citing non-existence of a law as grounds. On Tuesday, Brazil's National Council of Justice passed legislation to remove some of these obstacles.



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