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A bill introduced into the House of Representatives in August 2015 was the first cross-party same-sex marriage bill introduced into the Parliament.

An earlier House of Representatives bill, introduced by Opposition leader Bill Shorten (ALP, Vic.), was the first time a same-sex marriage bill was introduced by the leader of a political party.

On the same day, during the committee stage, Senator George Hannan (LIB, Vic.) sought to insert a definition of marriage as ‘the voluntary union of one man with one woman for life to the exclusion of all others’ but this was defeated 40–8.

On 30 November 2016, the Senate voted to establish a Senate Select Committee to examine the exposure draft, with particular reference to religious freedom protections.

The Committee’s report, tabled on 15 February 2017, identified ‘broad areas of agreement and areas for further debate by a Parliament’.

The Bill lapsed before the committee stage because the second session of the Parliament was closed on 9 December 1960.

On 21 March 1961 Barwick reintroduced the Bill (Marriage Bill 1961) stating that it incorporated: ...

the amendments which would have been dealt with in committee, together with the original bill, had it been found possible to proceed with the committee stage.

As I have said, that was not found possible and the 1960 bill has now lapsed.

Because of the similarity between the Marriage Bill 1960 and the present bill, and because of the very full second-reading debate in this House last year, the present bill will go to the committee stage without a second-reading debate.

Both major parties (ALP and LIB) were granted a conscience vote on the Bill.

The Marriage Bill 1961 was first introduced into the House of Representatives on by Attorney-General Sir Garfield Barwick (LIB, NSW) as the Marriage Bill 1960.

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