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25.06.2013

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Gonski and 457 changes still up in the air MP3

The Federal Government is still negotiating over two of its key policy priorities, midway through the final week of this Parliament. The bill for its Gonski school funding plan should get through the Senate today, but that won't guarantee all states and territories will sign on by the deadline of this Sunday. And the Government is still negotiating with the crossbench to get enough support for its plan to tighten the... Source: abc.net.au

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