Paid parental leave, energy policy top Buswell agenda

Embattled state opposition leader Troy Buswell used a pre-planned address to a business lunch today to outline his policy agenda, which includes proposals for state-funded paid parental leave, a state energy strategy and improved approvals for projects.
Mr Buswell's address to the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) function coincided with speculation over his tenure, after revelations about his 'chair sniffing' incident.


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