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Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey - Wikipedia

The history of same-sex marriage in Australia includes its express prohibition by the Howard Government in 2004 and its eventual legalisation by the Parliament in December 2017. Although a same-sex marriage law was passed by the Australian Capital Territory in 2013, it was struck down by the High Court on the basis of inconsistency with federal law. The Courts decision …

Explained: The same-sex marriage plebiscite - ABC News

Same-sex marriage remains on the political agenda with the debate now focused on the Government’s commitment to hold a plebiscite. Same-sex marriage has been on the political agenda in Australia for several years, as part of the broader debate about the legal recognition of same-sex relationships. The right to marry remains the one significant area of difference …

Gay marriage plebiscite would cost Australia $525 million: PwC

gay marriage plebiscite australia Australias prime minister has insisted that a plebiscite on legalising same-sex marriage will be held this year if his government is re-elected after Labor opposition leader Bill Shorten called

Gay marriage in Australia: Plebiscite postal vote had huge

Of the eligible Australians who expressed a view on this question, the majority indicated that the law should be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry, with 7,817,247 (61.6%) responding Yes and 4,873,987 (38.4%) responding No. Nearly 8 out of 10 eligible Australians (79.5%) expressed their view. All states and territories recorded a majority Yes response. 133 of the 150 Federal Electoral Divisions …

Same-sex marriage – Parliament of Australia

gay marriage plebiscite australia I oppose gay marriage (and no, Im not a bigot) Labor is holding off on a final decision but has been raising serious concerns about a plebiscite through the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and other senior MPs and senators. The party has also been privately briefing reporters that it …