As parliament resumes for 2019, the state government has made improving the lives of Tasmanians a priority for this year, says Leader of the House Michael Ferguson.
Premier Will Hodgman will outline an agenda for strategic economic growth across all regions of the state.
Mr Ferguson said the government would ensure people who most needed government services could access them.
"A key part of our agenda for the year will be continuing to deliver our legislative priorities in the parliament," he said.
"Last year was the most productive parliamentary election year in almost two decades, and we expect this to continue in 2019."
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In the first week back they will introduce anti-bullying legislation, nation-leading presumptive PTSD provisions for government employees, and the first part of electoral law reform.
This year the state government will also reform Dangerous Criminal Declarations, progress one-punch laws, and legislate the next stage of the war on ice and the Workplace (Protection from Protesters) Amendment Bill.
"We are also determined to get our minimum four years jail for child sex offenders legislation passed despite being blocked by Labor in the Legislative Council previously," Mr Ferguson said.
On Sunday, he launched the state's first integrated medical and search and rescue helicopter service.
The state government invested an additional $10 million to fund the service, which quickly deploys a specialist team to emergencies 24 hours a day.