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Poverty
  9. Poker machines – betting limits
  10. Homelessness and housing affordability
   


Poverty

9. Poker machines – betting limits

The Productivity Commission's inquiry report into gambling recommended that by 2016 Governments should require all electronic gaming machines to be limited to a $1 bet. How does your Party respond to this recommendation? What else would your Party do to tackle problem gambling?

Liberal Party of Victoria [View responses to all questions from the Liberal Party of Victoria]


Rise Up Australia Party
Rise Up Australia Party [View responses to all questions from the Rise Up Australia Party]


Australian Christians
Australian Christians [View responses to all questions from the Australian Christians]


Australian Labor Party of Victoria [View responses to all questions from the Australian Labor Party of Victoria]


Family First
Family First [View responses to all questions from the Family First]
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10. Homelessness and housing affordability

The increasing costs of living, especially housing, is perpetuating the problem of homelessness. Reports now suggest that an increasing number of single women over the age of 45 are under housing stress, particularly due to rising rents. What will your Party do to tackle the related issues of homelessness and housing affordability, particularly where they relate to vulnerable women, children and families?

Liberal Party of Victoria [View responses to all questions from the Liberal Party of Victoria]


Rise Up Australia Party
Rise Up Australia Party [View responses to all questions from the Rise Up Australia Party]


Australian Christians
Australian Christians [View responses to all questions from the Australian Christians]


Australian Labor Party of Victoria [View responses to all questions from the Australian Labor Party of Victoria]


Family First
Family First [View responses to all questions from the Family First]
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