Should Australia have a referendum on same-sex marriage?
Blaise Joseph | 01 May 2013
Despite telling us that Australians overwhelmingly support redefining marriage, the same-sex marriage lobby is fighting against the idea of having a referendum on the issue.
“Let the people decide”
Carolyn Moynihan | 17 July 2012
Cardinal Keith O'Brien of Scotland has called on the Scottish government to put gay marriage to a referendum.
People power v. polls and mere politics
Carolyn Moynihan | 08 June 2012
Preserve Marriage Washington has filed a petition against the state’s new law allowing same-sex marriage, after collecting more than twice the required number of signatures to block the law.
New Jersey governor vetoes gay marriage
Michael Cook | 27 February 2012
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie killed same-sex marriage in New Jersey with his conditional veto last week. It is an interesting reminder of the fact that while same-sex marriage may be popular among judges and in some legislatures, it has never passed in a referendum.
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