The Daily Populous

Saturday October 29th, 2022 morning edition

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MEXICO CITY — Lawmakers in the border state of Tamaulipas voted Wednesday night to legalize same-sex marriages, becoming the last of Mexico’s 32 states to authorize such unions.

The measure to amend the state’s Civil Code passed with 23 votes in favor, 12 against and two abstentions, setting off cheers of “Yes, we can!”

The session took place as groups both for and against the measure chanted and shouted from the balcony, and legislators eventually moved to another room to finish their debate and vote.

The president of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Arturo Zaldívar, welcomed the vote.

A day earlier, lawmakers in the southern state of Guerrero approved similar legislation allowing same-sex marriages.

In 2015, the Supreme Court declared state laws preventing same-sex marriage unconstitutional, but some states took several years to adopt laws conforming with the ruling. »

God of War Ragnarok Takes Over 50 Hours For 100% Completion

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Santa Monica Studio’s upcoming God of War Ragnarok will take well over 50 hours for 100% completion, which is roughly how long its 2018 predecessor took.

During a spoiler-free discussion between IGN’s Podcast Beyond crew regarding the upcoming God of War Ragnarok, it was revealed that a 100% completion run in the first playthrough can take well over 50 hours of playtime.

One of the IGN editors is around 70 hours into God of War Ragnarok and is doing a 100% completion run. »

Paul Pelosi Is Undergoing Brain Surgery After Hammer Attack in His Home

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Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is reportedly undergoing brain surgery hours after being attacked by an intruder at the couple's San Francisco home early Friday morning.

Armed with a hammer, they were unable to locate her — so they instead violently attacked Paul, 82, who was in the residence.

CNN correspondent Jamie Gangel reports that the intruder "confronted the speaker's husband" and shouted, "Where is Nancy, where is Nancy?" »

City ordered bikini baristas to cover up. That’s unconstitutional, WA judge rules

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Bikini baristas in a Washington city were banned from wearing pasties and g-strings to work, and a U.S. district court ruled that it was unconstitutional.

The judge also agreed that the dress codes could risk subjecting the women to arbitrary enforcement by police.

A representative for the city of Everett said the city is assessing the court’s decision and will determine next steps in the next several days. »

Musk says he had no role in bringing Kanye West back on Twitter

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"They did not consult with or inform me," Musk said in a tweet.

when Ye posted on the platform for the first time in two years after his Instagram account was restricted for anti-Semitic posts.

Musk, however, said on Friday that Twitter will be forming a content moderation council with "widely diverse viewpoints". »