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Pallas zaps electric cars with road charge – The Age

Electric vehicle driver to pay their “fair share” as budget levies 2.5¢ per kilometre charge as opposition goes on the attack over “eye-watering” debt and deficit…



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Mr Pallas said on Saturday the budget would contain even more spending than the $14.5 billion already pre-announced, flagging “substantial” expenditure on his governments signature big infrastructure builds and large sums devoted to social policy in the wake of the pandemic.
It will be a very, very substantial investment in infrastructure but it will also be a very substantial investment in making sure we have a fairer society and looking after those in our community who have suffered the most as…

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