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Bills: Help to Buy Bill 2023, Help to Buy (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2023; Second Reading (27 Feb 2024)

“I can definitely say that the shrill hysteria of the Greens is not going to fix the housing crisis, but supply will, and that is our sole focus. We are focused on supply because supply has been declining in this country. We have a constrained pool of housing and an increasing number of people who are seeking homeownership, and we just do not have enough homes for those people. So the answer...”

Questions without Notice: Gender Equality (27 Feb 2024)

“My question is the Minister representing the Minister for Women. How does publishing of the gender pay gap work alongside other reforms by the Albanese Labor government to lift women's economic equality?”

Statements by Members: Workplace Relations (15 Feb 2024)

“We want Australians to earn more and keep more. Making it a reality means fixing the decade of wage suppression under the Liberals, shoring up job security and closing loopholes in job contracts that have caused the leakage of hard-earned wages like the thief in the night. We have criminalised wage theft, stopped the chronic undercutting of workers through labour hire—think...”

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  • Has spoken in 103 debates in the last year — well above average amongst Representatives.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 95 times in debates — well below average amongst Representatives. (Why is this here?)