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Marriage vote: Malcolm Turnbull slaps down conservative bid to wind back anti-discrimination laws

The Age Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Marriage vote: Malcolm Turnbull slaps down conservative bid to wind back anti-discrimination lawsMoves by conservative MPs "would have virtually no prospect of getting through the Parliament", Malcolm Turnbull says.
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News video: Turnbull Vows to Make Same-Sex Marriage the Law Following 'Yes' Majority Vote

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull vowed November 15 to change Australia’s Marriage Act to allow same-sex couples to marry , after the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed a majority of eligible voters supported the step.“The Australian people have had their say, and they have voted...

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