Background The Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing (Pandemic Management) Bill 2021 was introduced into parliament on 26 October with the debate beginning on…
Families are the foundation of our society and human thriving. We will change the way the tax system unfairly and inequitably penalises families.
We have a plan for the long-term funding for infrastructure projects, which would reduce foreign debt and halt the sell-off of Aussie assets.
We’ll remove programs that push contested radical gender theory onto kids or that usurp parents’ consent or knowledge of their child’s medical care or treatment.
Union membership fees should not impose compulsory political levies on workers. Donations to political parties should be voluntary.
We uphold the dignity of all people and support life from conception right through to its very end.
Over 10,000 Victorians miss out on the palliative care they need. We will ensure that palliative care services are adequately resourced to eliminate this gap.
Current poker machine policies and practices exploit the poor, the lonely and the ignorant – we’ll fight to have them changed!
New dams and greater water allocations to farmers would strengthen the agricultural industry and make Australia the food bowl of Asia-Pacific.
We believe all Australians deserve access to cheap and reliable base-load power… and we know it’s possible.