MP3: 'To-do' list lengthens as year draws down

14.11.2010

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\'To-do\' list lengthens as year draws down MP3

The Federal Parliament is in its last fortnight of sittings for the year, but it's not going to be a restful end for the Government. Banking, the mining tax, broadband and climate change are just some of the items still on the 'to-do' list, and Parliament's new rules are letting the non-government parties add more. Source: abc.net.au

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