A bill legalizing same-sex marriage in Argentina passed the Latin American nation's lower legislative body on Wednesday.
The Associated Press reports that the legislation passed by an "ample margin"; PinkNews.co.uk reports the count as 125 votes to 109. The bill now heads to Argentina's senate, and if passed, will likely be written into law -- president Cristina Fernandez has promised to not veto it.
Five gay couples recently married into Argentina, but judges have voided some of those nuptials.
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