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Australian High Court rules chaplaincy services unlawful

 The High Court has ruled unanimously that legislation enacted by the Commonwealth Parliament  purporting to authorise government power to make agreements to outlay and pay public monies for the provision of chaplaincy services to public schools in Queensland is constitutionally invalid.


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