In the next few months the government will vote on a religious freedom bill. It’s been hugely controversial, and critics say instead of protecting vulnerable people, it could act as a licence for hate. David Marr and Paul Karp analyse how this bill could change Australia.
Paul Karp has written extensively on the Ruddock religious freedom review.
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If you only have time for a shorter summary go to: What will Australians be allowed to say and do?