NM AG reviews question of marriage licenses for same sex couples

Santa Fe New Mexican: Attorney General King is in Mexico this week for talks on drug trafficking, human trafficking and judicial reform. His spokesman, Phil Sisneros, said late Wednesday that the office has received McCamely’s authorized inquiry and will “work as quickly as possible to formulate our response.”

Wikipedia: Recognition of same-sex unions in New Mexico
On January 4, 2011, New Mexico Attorney General Gary K. King issued an opinion in response to a formal inquiry by State Representative Al Park, who asked, “Are same-sex marriages performed in other jurisdictions valid in New Mexico?” The Attorney General stated his conclusion thus:[3] While we cannot predict how a New Mexico court would rule on this issue, after review of the law in this area, it is our opinion that a same-sex marriage that is valid under the laws of the country or state where it was consummated would likewise be found valid in New Mexico. And in a press release issued the same day, King said, “A comprehensive legal analysis by my office concludes that valid same-sex marriages in other states would likely be valid in New Mexico.”[4]