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Youth Mental health Services - Question to the Minister

My question is directed to Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women. 

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AMENDMENTS - GAMBLING LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (ONLINE AND OTHER BETTING) BILL 2019

Ms CATE FAEHRMANN: By leave: I move The Greens amendments Nos 1 to 10 on sheet c2019-085E in globo:

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GAMBLING LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (ONLINE AND OTHER BETTING) BILL 2019

I speak on behalf of The Greens in debate on the Gambling Legislation Amendment (Online and Other Betting) Bill 2019, which makes a series of amendments to the Betting and Racing Act 1998 and the Totalizator Act 1997 that are long overdue.

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Adjournment speech on climate change

According to new survey data from youth mental health organisation ReachOut, four in five Australian students report being somewhat or very anxious about climate change. 

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Is Trump a "revolting slug unfit for public office"?

The motion before us is, of course, whether this House should have agreed to call the President of the United States, Donald Trump, "a revolting slug unfit for public office".

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Climate emergency adjournment speech

I recently spoke in this place about the climate emergency, and I said the Arctic was burning. Some Government and conservative crossbench members scoffed loudly.

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Reproductive healthcare reform bill 2019

It won’t be a surprise to anyone that I’ll be supporting this bill.  As it is before us. 

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Climate Change Fund debate

The Hon. MARK LATHAM: I move: That this House supports the abolition of the NSW Climate Change Fund, which will deliver lower electricity bills across the State, and put an end to wasteful spending that has nothing to do with climate change.

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Emergency Department Responses to Mental Health Emergencies

Ms CATE FAEHRMANN: I move: That private members' business item No. 113 outside the order of precedence be considered in a short form format. Motion agreed to.

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Tribute to Loredana Alessio-Mulhall – Private Members' Statement

On 13 April 2019 Loredana Alessio-Mulhall passed away. Loredana was a mother, a teacher, a lover of languages and a lover of plants. In May 2013 Loredana was in the Chamber when my voluntary euthanasia bill was debated. She spoke to the media and told her story. 

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