South Australian parents would welcome a promise by SA Liberals to scrap the State Government-sponsored Safe Schools program in favour of a more comprehensive and holistic anti-bullying program.
The Australian Christian Lobby has condemned moves by the WA Government to remove surrogacy-law safeguards which would deliberately deprive children of their mother or father.
Tasmanians affected by problem gambling would welcome today’s Labor Party announcement to phase out 2,375 poker machines from 97 Tasmanian pubs and clubs by 2023 if it wins next year’s state election, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has congratulated Victorian mother, Inessa Zorkina, who gathered 49,000 signatures in the last three weeks to petition against ‘gender fluidity’, which were tabled in the Federal Parliament on Monday.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed plans by the South Australian Government to give people born from assisted reproductive techniques rights to information about their donor parents.
The Victorian Government has today refused to heed desperate last-minute calls for an indefinite deferral of the misnamed Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill should explain the Labor Party position on state-sanctioned assisted suicide following calls from within his cabinet to reintroduce failed euthanasia legislation, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
Australian states and territories must not cast aside palliative care in favour of a state-sanctioned assisted suicide regime as has occurred in Victoria today, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
ACL’s new Centre for Human Dignity has called for the use of kids in adult style ads to stop after a Bonds Christmas advert used small children in the midst of an “adult entertainment style” performance.
Revelations that public health doctors in Victoria feel they are being gagged from warning against the Andrews Government state-sanctioned assisted suicide bill should ring alarm bells for Upper House MPs as they contemplate the bill this week.
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