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National Firearms Agreement

Firearms Inquiry Dissenting Report

Submission - The Tasmanian Greens' dissenting report for the Select Committee on Firearms Legislation and Policy.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 27 Nov 2019

Shelton Must Rule Out Weakening Gun Laws

Media Release - Today’s swearing in of Mark Shelton as Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management halts the work of the Parliamentary inquiry into Tasmania’s gun laws. The report of the Committee will be delayed due to Mr Shelton stepping down,...

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 2 Jul 2019

Gun Laws Inquiry

Media Release - The Liberals continue to pander to the powerful gun lobby, moving today to set up a Parliamentary inquiry into gun laws after walking away from their secretive pre-election policy last week and the Legislative Council scrapping its flawed...

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 29 Aug 2018

National Firearms Agreement

Parliamentary Activity - The proposed firearms inquiry reeks of a government in lockstep with the interests of the gun lobby, totally out of touch with Tasmanians who want strengthen gun laws and not weaken them.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 29 Aug 2018

National Firearms Agreement - Proposed Changes by Tasmanian Government

Parliamentary Activity - The Premier tried to dampen the public outrage by assuring voters the former police minister had advised him the policy would not breach the National Firearms Agreement.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 21 Jun 2018

Gun Control Laws

Parliamentary Activity - The Premier and former Police minister made a secret deal with the shooting lobby to weaken Tasmania's gun laws in February this year which would violate the National Firearms Agreement.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 2 May 2018

Liberals Policy Breaches the National Firearms Agreement

Parliamentary Activity - The Liberal Party developed a secret policy to weaken firearm laws with the shooting lobby before the election.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 2 May 2018

Hidding Can't Go Soft on Gun Laws

Media Release - Tasmanians have a right to know what position Police Minister, Rene Hidding, will take to a COAG meeting in Melbourne tomorrow, where a move to end the moratorium on importations of the Adler 8-shot shotgun will be on the agenda.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 20 Oct 2016

Old Parties Fail Community on Gun Laws

Media Release - The National Firearms Agreement was implemented in 1996 and it has served us well. Although there have been no public mass shootings since then, both of the old parties chose to vote against upholding that Agreement in Parliament today.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 4 May 2016