‘The right thing to do’: Telstra backs marriage equality after public flip-flop

The telco’s CEO says Telstra must “step forward and support our view for marriage equality.”

CNET April 21, 2016

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‘The right thing to do’: Telstra backs marriage equality after public flip-flop
The telco’s CEO says that rather than backing away from the debate, Telstra must “step forward and support our view for marriage equality and so that is what we will do.” READ MORE »
Claire Reilly
Senior Writer / Sydney

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