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Labor’s child care delays hurt families

11 February, 2016

Labor has confirmed they will continue to block the Jobs for Families child care package by opposing required savings measures, while revealing they will blow out their almost $50 billion budget black hole by promising amendments.   “Any changes, amendments or expansion of the child care reforms need to be paid for,” Minister Birmingham said.   “Labor has confirmed they haven’t learned from their previous mistakes. Even with an almost $50 billion budget black hole and their continuing blockage of the Turnbull Government’s budget repair measures that will pay for the Jobs for Families package, yester... Read more »

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