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Debates and Speeches in Parliament

Cassy O'Connor MP - 24 September 2019
Cassy O'Connor moves to amend the sessional orders to provide for the following - "Notwithstanding the provisions of standing order 48, the Speaker shall ensure the time taken to ask a question does not exceed one minute and the time taken to answer a question does not exceed four minutes."
Rosalie Woodruff MP - 24 September 2019

Dr WOODRUFF (Franklin) - Madam Deputy Speaker, I am surprised that Labor did not jump up because they are certainly frothing at the mouth on this matter.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 12 September 2019

Ms O'CONNOR (Clark - Leader of the Greens) - Madam Speaker, I move -

That the House take note of the following matter: gambling harm.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 12 September 2019

Dr WOODRUFF (Franklin) - Madam Deputy Speaker, the Greens spoke to thousands of people during our campaigning over the last election, including people who signed petitions on this issue. We doorknocked extensively on the issue of getting pokies out of pubs and clubs before the 2018 state election and it was a principal concern for the people we spoke to.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 12 September 2019

Dr WOODRUFF (Franklin) - Madam Deputy Speaker, on behalf of the Greens I am happy to say that we support this Legal Profession Amendment (Validation) Bill before us today.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 12 September 2019

Ms O'CONNOR (Clark - Leader of the Greens) - Thank you, Madam Speaker.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 11 September 2019

Dr WOODRUFF (Franklin) - Madam Deputy Speaker, on behalf of the Greens, I reject the whole basis of this conversation. It is utterly wrong on so many levels. Both the Labor and the Liberal parties have a narrow frame for this conversation.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 11 September 2019

 

Cassy O'Connor MP - 11 September 2019

Ms O'CONNOR (Clark - Leader of the Greens) - Madam Speaker, I rise in my capacity as the Greens spokesperson for women and also communities to make a contribution on notice of motion 173.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 11 September 2019
Rosalie Woodruff speaks to the Liberals' 'Labor Party Plans for Future' Motion, discussing them walking away from progressive reforms like pill testing, voluntary assisted dying, increasing the size of parliament and a Human Rights Act.

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