Bulletin 9/3/2017

Summary:

A lot of talk on International Women’s Day, but it’s the Greens who’ve managed to get relevant legislation to be discussed in parliament – paid leave for domestic violence victims.  There are those who celebrate women and then there are those who legislate for women.

It seems like Peter Dunne has hired someone to help with social media – he was advertising a job opening earlier, and now he’s tweeting more.

 

Echo Chamber National:

On Tourism:

 

On youth in agriculture:

 

Echo Chamber Labour:

On mental health funding:

 

On water quality:

 

On paid leave for domestic violence victims:

 

On the housing shortage:

 

Campaigning:

 

On teacher’s ethics:

 

Echo Chamber Green:

Campaigning:

 

On paid leave for domestic violence victims:

 

Pro women:

 

On transport, with numbers and charts:

 

On school funding:

 

On water quality:

 

Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On superannuation and overseas pensions:

 

Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Nothing significant.

 

Echo Chamber ACT:

On superannuation, but the graph isn’t an economic analysis, so it doesn’t actually demonstrate fairness:

 

On tax cuts, but why the assumption that tax cuts will be used to pay down debts?:

 

Does this mean create a new “rich pricks” bracket with higher tax rate?:

 

Cut spending:

 

Echo Chamber United Future:

Campaigning:

 

On superannuation:

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Author: sckchui

Aspiring author and armchair philosopher, I seek to understand the world, people, and myself. Through my writing, I seek also to share all that I've found.

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