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'We are not godless people': Morrison to take new Religious Discrimination Act to next election

SBS Wednesday, 12 December 2018
'We are not godless people': Morrison to take new Religious Discrimination Act to next electionThe new Act will form the centrepiece of the government’s response to the Ruddock review, and will make it unlawful to discriminate against someone for their religious beliefs
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