Big fines on the books for religious vilification

By Kathryn Magann
Updated November 12 2023 - 3:15pm, first published 3:12pm
Chris Minns says abusing people on religious grounds threatens the "multi-ethnic heart of NSW". (Dan Himbrechts/AAP PHOTOS)
Chris Minns says abusing people on religious grounds threatens the "multi-ethnic heart of NSW". (Dan Himbrechts/AAP PHOTOS)

People in NSW can now be fined up to $100,000 if they religiously vilify someone, with the government amending existing anti-discrimination laws.

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