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Two years on from “marriage equality”, basic freedoms are under threat

15 November 2019

5:08 AM

15 November 2019

5:08 AM

As the nation today marks the second anniversary of the vote to redefine marriage, we remain in the grip of an unresolved debate about freedom of speech, religion and parents’ rights to say no to gender-fluid indoctrination of their children at school.

It was on this day in 2017 that the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced the results of what was dubbed the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey.

Around 80 per cent of Australians cast a yes or no vote at home before returning their ballot by reply-paid mail.

It was a win for change, 61.6

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