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Tuesday, 26 August 1980
Page: 675

To the Honourable the Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of the undersigned citizens of Australia respectfully showeth that:

Whereas a fully accredited degree course in chiropractic has been established at Preston Institute of Technology, and

Whereas three hundred students who pay their own fees are in all five years of the program, and

Whereas students and the profession can no longer carry the financial burden amounting to over SI, 000,000 per year, and

Whereas a debt of $240,000 is being incurred in 1980, and

Whereas if funding is not approved by August the course will close and students' careers placed in grave jeopardy,

Your petitioners most humbly pray that the House of Representatives in Parliament assembled should ensure that funding of the Preston Institute of Technology Chiropractic Program by the Tertiary Education Commission be no longer delayed.

And your petitioners as in duty bound will ever pray. by Mr Baume, Mr Bourchier, Mr Bungey, Mr Clyde Cameron, Dr Cass, Mr Chapman, Mr Dobie, Mr Giles, Mr Gillard, Mr Graham, Mr Hayden, Mr Hodges, Mr Hodgman, Mr Hurford, Mr Charles Jones, Mr Killen, Mr McLean, Mr Millar, Mr Nixon, Mr O'Keefe, Mr Peacock, Mr Porter, Mr Eric Robinson, Mr Ruddock, Mr Scholes, Mr Shack, Mr Thomson and Mr Wilson.

Petitions received.







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