The Australian Christian Lobby today welcomes the long-anticipated public release of the Ruddock Review by the Morrison government, which includes protection of the charitable status for charities with a traditional marriage belief.
Moves by Labor, the Greens and Senate crossbenchers to allow asylum seekers from Nauru and Manus Island to be transferred to Australia on the say-so of two doctors have today been met with concern from the Australian Christian Lobby.
Consideration of the school freedom issue is ongoing, as the Senate has moved to continue debate on the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018 next year.
The Australian Christian Lobby today urges all Senators to vote in favour of the Government’s amendments to the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018.
The Australian Christian Lobby today supported Labor MP Katrine Hildyard’s bill to ban offensive and obscene slogans on South Australian registered vehicles.
The Australian Christian Lobby warns that the consequences of legalising Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide in Queensland are far-reaching and still considerably unknown.
The Australian Christian Lobby has raised concerns about Transforming Tasmania’s disregard for democratic process after they congratulated the Northern Territory Assembly at the weekend on passing a law yet to be debated.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes confirmation from Australian Government sources that Asia Bibi and her family will be offered asylum.
“This is momentous news for all who have lobbied so hard and so long for Asia Bibi,” said ACL managing director Martyn Iles.
Once again Tasmania is in the headlines – but sadly, for the wrong reasons. Tasmania is leading the nation in its disregard for common sense. Why? To accommodate the perceived rights of a tiny minority.
Yes, transgender people are important and precious to God, but to throw truth and reason out the window to support their desires is not good leadership.
The Australian Christian Lobby today repeated its call on the South Australian Parliament to enact the Nordic Model of prostitution legislation.
The call comes in light of reports today of two women charged with illegal prostitution being unable to communicate in a Queensland Court because they only spoke Mandarin.
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