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Historic 'yes' vote clears marriage equality path in Australia

The Age Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Historic 'yes' vote clears marriage equality path in AustraliaAttempts to conflate marriage equality with parental rights and freedom of religion and expression are dishonest.
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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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