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EQUALITY CAMPAIGN RENEGES ON ‘NO CONSEQUENCES’ PROMISE

The organisation that led the push for same-sex marriage has conducted itself in bad faith and reneged on its promise to the Australian people of ‘no consequences’, the Coalition for Marriage today.

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SSM MEANS WIDESPREAD AND COMPULSORY GAY SEX ED AND GENDER FLUID THEORY: ACADEMIC

Concerns that children would be taught radical LGBTIQ sex and gender fluid theory were dismissed as lies and red herrings during the marriage postal survey, but now a leading academic says same-sex marriage means it should be mandated. 

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PASSING OF SMITH BILL SHOWS DISREGARD FOR FREEDOMS

The passing of the Dean Smith bill unamended through the House of Representatives today was evidence of the disregard that many MPs have for the freedoms of Australians and the upholding of international human rights obligations, the Coalition for Marriage said today.

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FREEDOMS TEST FOR PARLIAMENT

This week’s House of Representatives debate on same-sex marriage will be a test of Parliament’s ability to uphold basic freedoms such as speech, conscience and religion. 

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KEEP YOUR PROMISE TO PEOPLE OF FAITH: OPEN LETTER FROM FAITH LEADERS TO PRIME MINISTER AND OPPOSITION LEADER

An open letter has been sent to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten from Christian, Jewish and Islamic faith leaders across Australia, asking them to keep the promise each of them made to the Australian people during the postal survey that religious freedoms would be protected.

The text of the letter is below, as is the list of current signatories.  Additional names will be added as more faith leaders add their names.

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‘NO’ VOTES AND ABSTENTIONS A COMMITMENT TO FREEDOM

The senators who voted ‘no’ or abstained on the same-sex marriage bill demonstrated a courageous commitment to the freedom of the Australian people, the Coalition for Marriage said today. 

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TURNBULL AND SHORTEN MUST KEEP PROMISE TO AUSTRALIAN VOTERS

The Coalition for Marriage today expressed its deep disappointment that the Labor/Greens/Smith bill looks set to pass the Senate without amendment. 

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STATEMENT REGARDING PRIME MINISTER TURNBULL’S RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS INQUIRY

Today’s last-minute announcement by the Prime Minister that an inquiry will be held into religious freedom, only to report next year after the Marriage Act has changed, is a betrayal of the nearly 5 million Australians who voted against gay marriage.

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DESPITE THE RESULT, MUCH HAS BEEN ACHIEVED

The Coalition for Marriage has vowed to continue defending parentsrights, and fighting for freedom of speech and freedom of belief following today’s result of the postal survey

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PATERSON BILL A ‘SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT’

The Coalition for Marriage today welcomed the private members’ bill proposed by Senator James Paterson as an important intervention in the protection of the freedoms of all Australians in advance of the result of the same-sex marriage postal survey being known on Wednesday. 

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