The ABC has word that the Federales are going to take the ACT Gay Marriage laws to the High Court for striking down just as soon as we make them:
The Federal Government plans to challenge ACT same-sex marriage laws in the High Court when the territory enacts legislation.
The ACT Labor Government expects the law to pass with the support of Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury when the ACT Legislative Assembly sits later this month.
If so, the first same-sex marriages could happen as early as December.
ACT Attorney-General Simon Corbell says it is disappointing that the Federal Government will be challenging the laws.
If your gay marriage in the interim gets struck down Simon’s offering a civil union.