July 29, 2013

A recent report released in the wake of a Parliamentary Inquiry has deemed it possible for the state government of New South Wales to recognize and legalize same-sex marriage, much in the same way that individual states have managed to legalize marriage equality in the United States. Should the state choose to seize the opportunity, it would become the first Australian state to do so. According to labor MP Penny Sharpe, a cross-party coalition has already begun work on a bill that could potentially be passed as early as this year. 

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