Andrew Barr says Labor shouldn't support religious discrimination bill in its current form

Dan Jervis-Bardy
By Dan Jervis-Bardy
Updated February 9 2022 - 12:20am, first published February 8 2022 - 10:20pm
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr says federal Labor shouldn't support the religious discrimination bill in its current form. Picture: Karleen Minney

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has urged his federal Labor colleagues to oppose the religious discrimination bill in its current form, saying it would be "problematic" if Anthony Albanese's team waved through the changes while the government's own backbenchers were crossing the floor to vote against it.

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Dan Jervis-Bardy

Dan Jervis-Bardy

Federal Politics Reporter

Dan covers federal politics from Parliament House, with a special focus on climate policy and the NDIS. He has previously reported on ACT politics and urban affairs since joining the Canberra Times in 2018.

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