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23.11.2013

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ACT defends its same-sex marriage law MP3

With the High Court set to decide whether the ACT’s same-sex marriage laws can survive, Di Martin follows the highs and lows for a group of same-sex couples as they wait to see if their plans to marry in Canberra can go ahead. Source: abc.net.au

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