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Supreme Court hears Make It 16 arguments

Youth advocacy group claims preventing 16 and 17-year-olds to vote breaches Bill of Rights.

Supreme Court hears it is 'unjustified age discrimination'.

New Zealand’s highest court heard arguments today why preventing 16 and 17-year-olds from voting is discrimination and breaches the Bill of Rights Act.

Lobby group Make It 16 has made its way from the High Court, Court of Appeal, to now the Supreme Court, to seek a declaration of inconsistency

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