Tasmanian Labor delegates to consider raising age to buy tobacco products

Sue Bailey
By Sue Bailey
Updated August 27 2018 - 9:18am, first published 7:30am
LABOR CONFERENCE: The Kingborough branch is asking delegates to support lifting the age to 25 for Tasmanians to be able to buy tobacco products.

Raising the age to 25 that tobacco products can be sold to Tasmanians and increasing Newstart by $50 a week are among motions to be debated at the Labor Party’s state conference.

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Sue Bailey

Sue Bailey

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Sue works two days a week for The Examiner and The Advocate newspapers and and is based in Hobart. Loves any human interest stories!

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