Same sex marriages have been legal since 2006, but marriage officers still refuse to solemnise a civil union between people of the same sex. Should they be exempted from officiating on the grounds of conscience and religion, or should they be compelled to carry out what the law intends? Recently married couple Dustin and Andrew join us in studio. Presented in collaboration with LegalTalkSA.



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Laws of Life – Refusal To Marry Same Sex Couples