Federal A-G tightlipped on changes

SX magazine reports that the Federal AG is tight-lipped on reform timeframe as activists step up civil unions campaign. Workplace laws, privacy and education assistance are among the areas identified by the federal Attorney-General’s office as being discriminatory towards same-sex couples. However the Attorney-General still refuses to be drawn on the specific timing of when… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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Federal A-G tightlipped on changes

SX magazine reports that the Federal AG is tight-lipped on reform timeframe as activists step up civil unions campaign.

Workplace laws, privacy and education assistance are among the areas identified by the federal Attorney-General’s office as being discriminatory towards same-sex couples.

However the Attorney-General still refuses to be drawn on the specific timing of when solutions would be implemented to eradicate more than 100 areas of discrimination.

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