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The Morrison government promised to provide religious discrimination protections in law… but it hasn’t happened yet.

Religious freedom laws are essential to ensure that you – and all Australians – can live according to their convictions in public life. 

Increasingly, you can be punished if someone feels offended by you expressing your beliefs. You could even face investigation or legal action for your stance on faith, family, abortion, marriage, sexuality, gender and more.

That’s not a free society. You should be allowed to think, speak, and act according to what you believe. Join fellow Australians to call on the government to protect religious freedom!

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