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Tuesday, 19 August 1980
Page: 11

To the Honourable the Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives in Parliament assembled:

We, the undersigned are disturbed by the Copyright Tribunal report tabled in Parliament last week. We do not want the Australian consumer to have to pay more for records. Nor do we want anyone connected with the Australian record industry to suffer by loss of jobs caused by drop in production, created by decreased sales, due to increased sale costs. If production is down then material purchases will also drop and many supporting industries to the record industry will also suffer. We rely on you to ensure that the Government rejects this report.

And your petitioners as in duty bound will ever pray, by Mr Les Johnson and Mr Roger Johnston. Petitions received.







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