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Tuesday, 16 June 2009
Page: 6210


Ms ROXON (Minister for Health and Ageing) (6:19 PM) —I have already answered the question and I do not intend to go through it again. But I do think it is disappointing that we have a multibillion-dollar budget before the chamber at the moment and the shadow minister cannot ask a single question about that budget—not one question. I presume that that is because he is going to support everything that we are doing—that he supports our investments and our strategic saving. Of course he is not going to argue against the sorts of investments that we have made in the electorates of the member for Solomon—


Mr Dutton interjecting


Ms ROXON —or the member for Page or the member for Leichhardt. But, for all the bellowing that comes from the member opposite, this is a debate about the budget, and he does not have any questions on it.