Out Gay Sydney MP Alex Greenwich To Introduce LGBT Equality Bill In NSW Parliament


Out gay Independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich on Thursday notified NSW Parliament about his intention to introduce an omnibus LGBTQI Equality Bill. In the works for over 18 months, Greenwich had before the state elections said that his support for the government would be based upon their backing for his Equality legislation. “Proud and historic day for me today, as I give notice of the LGBTIQA+ Equality Bill. This bill has been the result of 18 months of consultation and drafting and I’m looking forward to working with my parliamentary colleagues to modernise our laws and advance equality for LGBTQIA+ people in NSW,” Greenwich said in a social media post.

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