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Labor could have headed chaplains off at the pass

The High Court’s declared the federal government’s funding of chaplaincy programs in state schools unconstitutional. It’s another sign the constitution needs serious reform.

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The legacy of the Williams case: less pork-barrelling?

Ron Williams’ High Court victory may not see the end of chaplains in schools - but it could have some surprising legacies, writes Anne Twomey, professor of constitutional law at the University of Sydney.

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‘Kerrigan’ tells government it’s dreaming on chaplains scheme

Actor who played High Court litigant Darryl Kerrigan in the hit film The Castle welcomes the High Court’s decision on school chaplains.

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