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Gay Marriage Laws 2016: Why Australia's Left-Wing Leaders Are Fighting A Same-Sex Marriage Referendum

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The Australia Labor Party planned to block Tuesday a same-sex marriage referendum proposed by Prime Minister Malcom Turnball, claiming that the funding of the campaign on both sides would ultimately be too expensive and foster negative homophobic rhetoric. The stance could further delay the fight for marriage equality in Australia.
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