MP3: Victoria's Premier confirms he advised maverick MP how to overhaul abortion laws

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Victoria\'s Premier confirms he advised maverick MP how to overhaul abortion laws MP3

Victoria's Premier, Denis Napthine, has confirmed he did write to the Independent MP Geoff Shaw detailing how to overhaul the state's abortion laws. However, the Premier says it was a routine pro forma letter, and one of several he's signed on behalf of other MPs - including the Greens. Source: abc.net.au

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