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UPDATE: The government claims it will make a decision within the next fortnight about whether the group will be allowed to remain in Australia. Chip in now so we can keep the posters up until Malcolm Turnbull makes his decision.
New refugee detention laws, supported by Labor and the Liberals, were recently upheld by the High Court. This will allow the government to send hundreds of asylum seekers to Nauru, including 37 babies born in Australia.
With the generosity of hundreds of supporters, we've been able to cover Melbourne with these street posters. If 200 of us chip in, we'll be able to keep our posters up until the government decides.