MP Jan Logie's speech in Parliament on 14 February 2018 during the General Debate. Jan pays tribute to Dana de Milo, speaks about having a place to stand and then talks about some of the issues relating to rainbow communities that still need to be addressed.
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|Record date:||14th February 2018|
|Audio courtesy of:||Parliament TV|
|Location:||Parliament buildings, Wellington|
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