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Monday, 25 June 2018
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Mr LLEW O'BRIEN (Wide BayDeputy Nationals Whip) (13:31): I'm running a survey in Wide Bay and I'm asking people to tell me their views on a range of issues. One of the questions I've asked is: if you could raise one issue in parliament, what would it be? Here are just a few of the responses I've received so far: Tanya from Maryborough wants more jobs in the area; Chris from Granville wants unions to be more transparent; Peter from Bauple is concerned about foreign ownership; Jeanne from Glenwood wants to put the Bruce Highway and local roads first and have them all fixed; Andi from Gunalda wants tougher laws and consequences for those who offend; Esther from Curra says, 'Pay off the debt'; William from Chatsworth is concerned about foreign labour; Tony from Gympie is concerned about electricity prices; Jenny from Cooloola Cove wants the Cooloola Way started and finished—so do I, Jenny; Ralph from Tin Can Bay says, 'Stop changing super rules'; John from Murgon says, 'Stop all foreign aid'; Bill from Kandanga says, 'Stop political correctness'—I think I can help you with that, Bill; Amber from Cooran raises the cost of living for seniors as an issue; and Rena from Noosaville wants more to prevent domestic violence. If you're in Wide Bay and you haven't had your say, jump onto my website and do the survey today.