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Thursday, 14 May 1942


Senator McLEAY (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - In view of the important statement made by the Prime Minister yesterday in the House of Representatives in connexion with the coal-mining industry, will the Leader of the Senate see that statements of this kind are also made in the Senate, which has rights equal to those of the House of Representatives, or does the Minister propose that, with regard to matters of

Government policy, the Senate shall act merely as a rubber stamp in order to record caucus decisions?







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