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State Government

jb03

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Jan 28, 2004
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Did I read that correctly? The Andrews government spent a quarter of a million $ of taxpayers money to have the Saints/Port game that was due to be played in China, rescheduled from to Melbourne. When it was probably always going to be played in Melbourne anyway.
Dan is a pretty good politician, especially compared to others currently in power atn state and fedaral levels, but he makes the odd decision that is pretty hard to understand
 
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taztiger4

Shovelheads- Keeping hipsters off Harley's
Jul 13, 2005
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Dan is a pretty good politician, especially compared to others currently in power atn state and fedaral levels, but he makes the odd decision that is pretty hard to understand
Yes, putting a "safe" injecting room next door to a Primary School in Richmond is an example
 
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taztiger4

Shovelheads- Keeping hipsters off Harley's
Jul 13, 2005
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At least it's a safe injecting room. Much worse if it was called an injecting room.
actually is not called safe, its an MSIR, medically Supervised injecting room

actually they dont just supervise the junkies less fortunate folk, they even supply them their drugs

How good is that

 
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Legends of 2017

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Mar 24, 2005
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Pleased that this get through. Why cause more harm to the victims family? Am I missing something with the Governments stance?
I still haven’t heard an explanation of why anyone in the government thought it was a good idea to have victim’s voices silenced
 

DavidSSS

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Isn't the law currently that victims can't speak out as they are not allowed to be identified?

I think they are trying to correct an imbalance but haven't thought it through enough.

Don't really know enough about this but that is something I seem to remember reading a few months ago.

If this is the case don't change it until you change it to the right balance and consult with everyone.

DS
 
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