Preventive health, deterring smoking key issues: Bill Shorten

Bill Shorten speaks at the Guild dinner
Opposition leader Bill Shorten used last night’s address to the Guild Annual Dinner at Parliament House to highlight Labor’s plan to increase the tobacco excise. Yesterday Mr Shorten, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen and Shadow Minister for Health Catherine King said that a future Labor government would continue the annual 12.5% increases in tobacco excise for

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