But Mr Entsch leaves for a stint at the United Nations in September which has added to the pressure to debate the issue within weeks.Mr Goodenough objected to that saying the bill was "being rushed to meet someone's travel timetable without the detail being properly considered".Alex Greenwhich, co-chair of Australian Marriage Equality, called it "a bloody stupid idea that will weaken the Parliament because it basically says people are not prepared to do their job".Anna Brown, the director of legal advocacy at the Human Rights Law Centre, has released legal advice that the Government does not have the power to spend money on a postal ballot.We will go out there to look around but would be most grateful for those who actually know the area to share your knowledge of the area.We have two young kids (one in nursery pre-school and our older one in primary school) so we're interested in very good primary & secondary schools, friendly & welcoming community, stuff to do with the kids at weekends/ schools hols, family-friendly restaurants, nice local playgrounds/parks etc.They had not ruled out a tactical manoeuvre that would force a parliamentary vote on the bill.Senator Smith and his colleagues said that was the best way to deal with the issue rather than having a plebiscite or a postal ballot.
The Senate refused to agree to a plebiscite last November and is expected to maintain its stance against that position.Loughton you would want your child to attend Staples Road.Buckhurst Hill - Buckhurst Hill Primary or St Johns.Liberal senator Dean Smith prepared the private member's bill that would allow same-sex couples to marry.Senator Smith and four other Liberals were arguing for MPs to be given a conscience vote in Parliament on the bill.Another Liberal, John Alexander, today also called for a conscience vote in Parliament."I would prefer a free vote in the Parliament and have it done quickly, then everybody is responsible for the way they've voted, and in the future they'll have to face the music," Mr Alexander said.But Mr Goodenough told the ABC he was worried about Senator Smith's bill because it did not address the issue of children, "more specifically the impossibility of having children without involving a third person, and related issues such as commercial surrogacy, reproductive technologies and the prospect of taxpayer funding of these services"."As legislators we must consider what happens after the wedding ceremony and the honeymoon is over — what are the public policy implications for our health system, and every other area [in which] the Government provides services? Veteran Liberal MP Warren Entsch has long argued for Parliament to allow same-sex marriage.She warned the Government would be exposing itself to a costly legal challenge in the High Court if it went ahead with a postal plebiscite.Some MPs have said it would be easier to have a postal plebiscite because the Government could ask the electoral commission to organise it without Senate approval.But Ms Brown argued the Government would still need Senate authorisation to spend the money to arrange the postal ballot.Debate is raging as MPs prepare for this afternoon's meeting and MPs pushing for same-sex marriage have been accused of using kamikaze tactics.