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  • Former Australian Labor Party Senator for NSW
  • Became a Senator on 14 February 2018 — unknown
  • Left Senate on 13 April 2022 — Resigned

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Questions without Notice: Budget (30 Mar 2022)

“When asked why it took Minister Gee threatening to resign for his government to provide the necessary funding, Mr Morrison said: I wouldn't agree with that assessment. Given the $96 million required to get through the 60,000 unprocessed claims appears nowhere in these budget papers, isn't it just the latest example of Mr Morrison not telling the truth to the Australian people and to his own...”

Questions without Notice: Budget (30 Mar 2022)

“On the weekend, Minister Gee threatened to resign if he did not receive the $96 million in budget. He labelled the 60,000 unprocessed claims within his department a national disgrace. Why does it take a minister speaking out publicly and threatening to quit for Mr Morrison to take responsibility; and where is this $96 million?”

Questions without Notice: Budget (30 Mar 2022)

“My question is to the Minister representing the Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Minister for Defence Personnel, Senator Payne. Yesterday Minister Gee told the House that there was $96 million in the budget to clear up a backlog of veterans compensation claims. Can this minister tell the chamber in which budget paper and on what page that $96 million can be found?”

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  • Has spoken in 56 debates in the last year — above average amongst Senators.
  • People have made 0 comments on this Senator's speeches — average amongst Senators.
  • 1 person is tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 213 times in debates — average amongst Senators. (Why is this here?)