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Gathering protests Marriage Bill

Wed 7 Dec 2005 In: New Zealand Daily News

2PM: Around fifty people have attended a gathering in Parliament's grounds to express their opposition to the Marriage (Gender Clarification) Bill, which gets its first reading in Parliament this evening. Glbt student support group UniQ organised the gathering. President Paul Brown says there has been an open mike for speakers, which included MP Tim Barnett, former UniQ President Maddy Drew, A J Marsh from GAP, and John Jolliff, one half of civil unionised "gay granddads" Des   

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First published: Wednesday, 7th December 2005 - 12:00pm

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