By Judith Ireland – SMH

Proposed religious discrimination laws could put businesses in a “perilous” and “very expensive” position as they try to balance the rights of religious and non-religious employees.

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s concerns come as doctors push back on the draft bill’s conscientious objection provisions, with the Australian Medical Association warning they could cause “serious confusion in the real world”.

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