Tasmania’s Attorney-General leaves door open to amendments to state’s landmark gender reform legislation

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11/24/2020

Attorney-General Elise Archer has told a budget estimates committee she will not rule out amendments to Tasmania’s landmark transgender reforms regarding birth certificates. State Liberal parties members this month voted at its annual conference to repeal the laws which allow for gender markers to be optional on birth certificates and for people to change their gender without invasive reproductive reassignment surgery. When asked whether she would defend the laws by Labor’s Josh Willie, Ms Archer refused.

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