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OUSA TO HOLD REFERENDUM

The Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) will be holding a referendum on whether it should support the same-sex marriage bill, alongside its executive election this month.

OUSA President, Logan Edgar said the Executive has a “commitment to love being equal” and wants to know if students support the bill to legalise same-sex marriage in New Zealand.

“OUSA provides a queer support service as part of its role in student support and after being asked by one of our clubs, the Executive voted unanimously to ask the students what they thought on the bill,” Edgar said.

The referendum will address a number of student concerns, and is expected to increase the traditionally low election turnout.

VUWSA will be asking Victoria students if it should support the bill at the SGM on Wednesday.

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