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All the news that’s fit to print

Business groups oppose increased company taxes. Disabled citizens support the national disability scheme. Big miners oppose increased mining taxes. Unemployed demand an increase in work start benefits. Universities oppose cuts in university funding.Labor savages Coalition policies.  Coalition targets Labor policies. Families oppose reduced childcare benefits.  Schools support Gonski reforms. Graziers support grazing in native forests. Farmers demand drought relief and interest subsidies. Housing industry demand higher immigration quota. Trade unions oppose higher immigration. Tourism groups support lower Australian dollar. Registered clubs oppose moves to restrict access to pokies. Crown Casino executives decry our nanny state. Trade unions oppose increased salaries to corporate high fliers. Corporate high fliers criticize the “tall poppy” syndrome. Retailers oppose parallel imports.Retailers demand GST on imported products. Car industry says it will exit unless more public assistance provided. Business claims high wage costs are making it unviable. Trade unions see higher wages as driving productivity gains. Doctors support increased Medibank rebate. Super-funds support an increased superannuation levy. Property developers oppose environmental red tape. Doctors oppose measures to limit their charges.

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