IT’S time to accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative on marriage.
The 16 million postal ballots on same-sex marriage have now mostly been delivered. That means the country has come to crunch time in a 13-year journey which began when parliament under John Howard changed the law, without consulting the people, to specify marriage could only be between a man and a woman.
In the Yes corner the team is asking for the right to marry to be extended to each and every one of us. In the No corner they are maintaining that marriage is exclusively for heterosexual couples.