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Oct 3, 2017

Marriage equality debate somewhere over the rainbow for local council

Monash City Council has (sort of ) declared support for marriage equality -- so why won't councillors even discuss putting up some rainbow lights?

Marriage equality proxy wars continue to flare up around the country. This time, the local council of Monash, in Melbourne’s south-east, has decided it will not be painting the town rainbow, with councillors refusing to discuss a motion to install rainbow lights within the city.

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4 thoughts on “Marriage equality debate somewhere over the rainbow for local council

  1. Desmond Graham

    Hmm! After reading this what is the point of the Article – A Council prudent enough not to spend ratepayers money frivolously –

    Whilst not being Fake news is it Alt-news? No wonder journalism is having a hard time.

  2. The Curmudgeon

    Oakleigh, not Oakley.

  3. gps@storer.com.au

    Incredible that the High Court of Australia can determine the expenditure of $122 million for an unnecessary, useless, non-binding postal survey is urgent but a local council, faced with a very short time-frame on an initiative that would cost it nothing and give back so much can’t come to a similar outcome.

    1. Desmond Graham

      Shows one how bad the High Court is!