By Geoff Chambers, The Australian

Labor, the Greens and crossbenchers have teamed-up in an attempt to delay Scott Morrison’s religious discrimination bill and leave the government only two days in March next year to pass protections for faith groups and individuals.

Greens Senator Janet Rice will move a motion in the upper house on Wednesday calling for the bill to be referred to the legal and constitutional affairs legislation committee, which would report back by February 14.

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