German State Drops Challenge to Marriage Equality


A conservative-leaning state in Germany has dropped plans to challenge gay marriage equality laws for same-sex couples. Germany brought the laws in last year giving same-sex couples full marital rights and allows them to adopt children.

And now Bavarian state government, run by the CDU’s sister party in the area the CSU, announced on Tuesday they would not make the challenge to Germany’s marriage equality law.

393 politicians voted for marriage equality, while 266 voted against including the Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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