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Government Sets December 2021 Date For Religious Discrimination Bill

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The Scott Morrison government is on track to bring back its controversial Religious Discrimination Bill before the Parliament by December 2021.

Attorney General Michaelia Cash, who voted this week to delay medical treatment for trans children, has indicated that a fresh draft of the Bill will be placed before the Parliament by the end of the year.

The Federal elections are scheduled to be held in 2022.Religious organisations have been clamouring for a law that will remove protections for LGBTQI+ people, and their target reportedly includes Victoria’s new law that bans the so called gay conversion therapy. “Our government takes the issue of discrimination against Australians on the grounds of their religious beliefs seriously,” Senator Cash.

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