South Australia is Second State to Signify Move Toward Marriage Equality
Last week, Tasmanian premier Lara Giddings said that Tasmania would be leading the way to marriage equality in Australia. Now, South Australia's premier has signed on as well:
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill told a rally in Adelaide he would legislate for gay marriage at a state level.
On the steps of Parliament House, Mr Weatherill said he would support a Greens bill and allow Labor MPs a conscience vote.
"People should be entitled to express their own identity in any way they wish and the law shouldn't become a barrier to prevent them from doing that," he said."So, from my perspective, it's a simple question of the dignity of the individual. People should be entitled to express their identity in any way they wish and the law shouldn't get in the way."
It's only a matter of time.