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  • Dwight Walker: It is good news that government limiting gas exports has led to lower local gas prices - supply and demand. (14 June 2017)
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  • Bianco Salsano: TO THE HONOURABLE THE SPEAKER AND THE MEMBERS My concerns as a ADHD BP1 Australian under the DDA and the implications that I have had to face falling under the derogatory, stigmatic dogmatic... (11 June 2017)
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  • Bianco Salsano: To the honorable committee members I express my concerns over the IGA act and its flawed prohibition governance. I suffer from ADHD, BP1 and mental comorbidity and suffered considerable... (11 June 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Susan Lamb is correct that Coalition are actively trying to slash the penalty rates of workers. However Queensland Government is complicit in this slash. Trading hours could require that only... (6 June 2017)
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  • Alcy Infinity: Congratulations to the senators who are very wisely properly representing the Australian people on this issue by supporting the UN International Treaty for the global ban of all nuclear weapons.... (5 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Since when has carbon capture and storage been a "proven technology" as claimed by the Minister? The Minister's naive comment raises questions such as "How mature is this technology? How many... (1 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Why has it taken four years by the Coalition to decide to ensure yet again to clean up the energy mess left by the Labor Party? (1 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: That article was by Simon Benson in the Australian. The article is peppered throughout with words such as 'it is understood'. That phrase appears several times even though Labor says there are no... (30 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member is to be applauded for her concern over the charges imposed by businesses who are now passing on their costs via fees to their customers. Such 'buck passing' seems to be the new... (30 May 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: It took the Katter MP's to stop Palaszczuk from removing trading hours restrictions in Qld. Susan Lamb's ALP State Government are quite prepared to stand back and allow the removal of penalty... (30 May 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Bob Once again shows up the benefits of having a development supporting government. We need cheap electricity for domestic and industrial consumers so that we can have high wages and thrive. ... (30 May 2017)
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  • Robert Ashman: What is this 'Turnbull/Joyce' Government Mr.Chester continually mentions? To everybody else it is the Turnbull Government, who is this 'Joyce', what has he ever achieved? (30 May 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: One Nation votes with the government because Pauline Hanson is at heart a Liberal who mouths like Barnaby Joyce but votes like him as well. SEnator Watt is on the right track in encouraging... (27 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member waxes nostalgically over Margaret Thatcher's budget that reduced the deficit of the United Kingdom in 1979. But he fails to remind us that unemployment under the Conservatives grew... (26 May 2017)
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  • Mark Duffett: Implying that Fukushima is contributing to oceans 'dying' is irresponsible nonsense of the first water. Most radioactive material in the Pacific is there from natural sources, Fukushima... (26 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member makes simplistic comparisons between countries when it comes to energy prices. To quote "The price of energy in the EU depends on a range of different supply and demand conditions,... (25 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister as usual is as clear as mud when he says "The Medicare levy is the first 1 per cent of the Medicare and NDIS levy. Because of decisions taken by the previous government, half of... (25 May 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: This is a brilliant move to remedy rural doctor shortage. Bendigo, Orange and Wagga-Wagga are all vital country towns who could support medical schools using Latrobe Uni and CSU resources to get... (25 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The questions are all in the same in the same predictable format and content, posed by government backbenchers to various ministers on topics outside their portfolios such as the NDIS and... (24 May 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: The words "scrupulously independent member" sum up Bob perfectly. He is the only politician that I have heard members of his electorate state that they state "We love our Bob" cited to me by... (24 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Heard that commitment once before. The GST was promised to fully fix the funding for hospitals and schools before its introduction by John Howard. Hasn't happened. Not long ago the... (18 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The bank levy is simply a means of surreptitiously increasing taxes. The banks have already indicated they will pass the levy on. Together with increases in the Medicare levy just who is... (18 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: What was the preamble in the question? This seems to be the new excuse to allow the replier to ramble on about anything without answering the question. (18 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Labor's language is very insightful according to the PM. Much the same insightful sentiment as the Treasurer claiming that Howard and Costello paid back Labor's debt of $96 billion. It was... (13 May 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The race to the bottom with tax cuts simply ignores the fact that nation states are not all the same. Government subsidies and protectionism all distort the competiveness of trade. Tax cuts... (12 May 2017)
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