favour of legalising

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  • He voted against defining marriage as between one man and one woman, and voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage.
  • Johnson has stated that he is in favour of legalising medical marijuana.
  • The majority in favour of legalising sweepstakes was an overwhelming one of more than four to one.
  • His research into attitudes towards euthanasia has found doctors to be less in favour of legalising euthanasia or forms of assisted dying than the general public.
  • Rich is a vocal proponent in favour of legalising same-sex unions.
  • Most of those opposed to the amendment insisted that they were not, nonetheless, in favour of legalising abortion.
  • At the party conference in 2010, the NCP delegates voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage.
  • The day before his arrest, Skutle had spoken out in the newspaper VG in favour of legalising cannabis.
  • She was a strong supporter of the Equal Marriage Bill stating at the time that she was "very much in favour of legalising Same Sex Marriage".
  • Not a word, be it noted, about opening up the vast interior, not a syllable in favour of legalising the opium traffic, or tolerating Christianity. Cited from The Awakening of China, by W.A.P. Martin
  • A poll conducted in July 2013 found a significant increase in support for same-sex marriage, with 52% of Mexicans in favour of legalising same-sex marriage.
  • Colombera is a campaigner in favour of legalising medical cannabis.
  • In 1921, the ban was partially lifted after Spain refused to buy Iceland's main export, fish, unless Iceland bought Spanish wines; then lifted further after a national referendum in 1935 came out in favour of legalising spirits.
  • The Prime Minister's Office let it be known that David Cameron had personally intervened in favour of legalising same-sex unions, and on 5 October 2011 the Conservative Party Conference applauded Cameron's support for same-sex marriage in his Leader's Speech.
  • From September - December 2011 the Scottish Government held a consultation on the issue after the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey found 60% of Scots to be in favour of legalising same-sex marriages in Scotland.
  • Along with Holyrood's other opposition leaders, Lamont signed the Equality Network's Equal Marriage Pledge in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in January 2012, and voted in favour of the Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill on 4 February 2014.
  • The YMCA NSW Youth Parliament passed the Same-Sex Marriage Matter of Public Importance (MPI) in 2012 with 70 ayes to 11 noes, which made them "among the largest groups in favour of legalising for marriage equality."

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