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Compulsory voting is our last line of defence against right-wing populism
Article promotes the importance of the compulsory vote.
Australia
21 May 2019
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Can the NRA fund an Australian political party? What you need to know about our election donation laws
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Australia
23 Apr 2019
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The greyhound racing ban and its constitutional 'vibe'
The industry argues that the laws inhibit trade (in betting, racing and sale of greyhounds) between NSW and other states.
Australia
12 Oct 2016
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Hinch in the Senate: what can you report about parliamentary proceedings?
Hinch used his first Senate speech to name 5 paedophiles whose identities are the subject of court suppression orders.
Australia
25 Sep 2016
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Why Mick Gooda should have been disqualified from NT Royal Commission
His public statements indicate that an allegation of perceived prejudgment could be fairly levelled at Mick Gooda.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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Brace yourselves: Derryn Hinch has parliamentary privilege
Derryn's track record of public naming and shaming gives a fair taste of what we might expect once he's in Parliament.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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Explained: The Liberal Party's Parakeelia rod
The current system of parliamentary entitlements and financial disclosure by political parties is hopelessly inadequate.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Are we off to the polls on 2 July? Just what is this ABCC anyway?
Legislation to re-establish the ABCC and to place tougher obligations on unions is the subject of a parliamentary recall.
Australia
28 Mar 2016
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Too skinny for France? Regulating the modelling industry
There's nothing formal in Australia yet, but as Paris sets the pace fashion-wise, the government may take action soon.
Australia
24 Sep 2015
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I Protest! When protesting becomes a nuisance (and when it doesn't)
The clinic asked the Supreme Court to compel the Council to exercise its powers and take action against the protestors.
Australia
24 Sep 2015
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Hell’s Angel – is this the end for bikie gangs?
NSW laws designed to prevent people associating with criminals (specifically, bikies) were found constitutionally valid.
Australia
12 Oct 2014
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Burqa burqa, jihad burqa!
A burqa ban would be unconstitutional, as it explicitly prevents laws which prohibit the free exercise of any religion.
Australia
8 Oct 2014
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Competition and Consumer Act reform unlikely to gag environmentalists
The government wants to hold environmentalists accountable for their claims when protesting against corporate conduct.
Australia
13 Apr 2014
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Racial Discrimination Act changes: The Federal Government plays with fire
This exposure draft of proposed amendments to the RDA will water down the existing protections against offensive speech.
Australia
3 Apr 2014
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Mt Penny Blues: miners get a bad case of the Obeids
The NSW Government will cancel mining licences for Doyles Creek, Mt Penny and Glendon Brook following ICAC recommendations.
Australia
27 Jan 2014
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Freedom to give: NSW political donor laws held invalid
Christmas came early for constitutional law nerds when the High Court declared NSW political donor restriction laws invalid.
Australia
24 Dec 2013
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Contravening the Fair Work Act just got a whole lot more expensive
The value of a penalty unit for the purposes of all federal legislation increased from $110 per unit to $170 per unit.
Australia
16 Mar 2013
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International arbitration awards enforceable in Australia? The High Court says yes
International arbitration awards were ruled enforceable in Australia, despite a creative constitutional challenge.
Australia
15 Mar 2013
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Peek-a-boo! The rules for witnessing affidavits and stat decs have changed
Additional identification procedures now required to be followed by authorised persons under the Oaths Act.
Australia
5 May 2012
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Hate speech v free speech - constitutional freedom - where's the line?
Attempts have been made to any attack laws that limit free speech, on the basis that they offend constitutional freedom.
Australia
4 Apr 2012
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