One of the biggest decisions in Australia’s marriage equality debate drew just about everyone onto social media on Thursday.
Australia’s High Court handed down a decision Thursday to allow the federal government to lawfully use $122 million to implement a postal plebiscite on the matter of same-sex marriage. The non-binding, no-compulsory survey will ask the question: “Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?”
A rainbow over parliament on the day the High Court decides the fate of the postal surveypic.twitter.com/HNllbtIuhD
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