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Voluntary pre-commitment fails to curb problem gambling

Voluntary pre-commitment has failed 

Greens gambling spokesperson Colleen Hartland says the state budget papers prove that Voluntary Pre-Commitment has failed to curb problem gambling. 

Government urged to regulate ride-sharing services

Greens transport spokesperson Samantha Dunn has urged the government to urgently bring forward regulations to make ride-sharing services like Uber safer.

“Uber is here to stay but there are no protections for drivers or users of ride-sharing services,” Samantha Dunn said.

Greens support CFA pledge

Eastern Metropolitan Member of Parliament Samantha Dunn, and Greens Candidate for Menzies Richard Cranston visited the Warrandyte CFA on the April the 30th to pledge support for Presumptive Legislation. 

Leadbeater’s Possum colony safe for now

After fierce questioning by Greens Spokesperson for Forests, Samantha Dunn, Labor has backed down and granted a temporary reprieve to the Leadbeater's Possums who live in the Imperium Logging Coupe located in Toolangi.

Budget fails to address public transport overcrowding

Greens transport spokesperson Samantha Dunn says the State Budget contains no plan to address overcrowding on Victorian trains, trams and buses.

Leaked Great Forest National Park Report Inaccurate, Biased

Samantha Dunn, Greens spokesperson for forests, says that a leaked report commissioned by the Yarra Ranges Council is unreliable at best, biased at worst.

Family Violence Royal Commission

The Greens have welcomed the findings of the Royal Commission as a major step towards reducing the harm caused by family violence.

Ride sharing here to stay

The Greens know that disruptive technologies are part of our future.

Ruskin Park under threat from new development

Samantha Dunn, Greens MP for Eastern Metropolitan and spokesperson for Planning, has called on the Planning Minister to heed the calls from Maroondah Council and its residents to put a moratorium on planning permits for more than two

Auditor finds no evidence PSOs improve safety

Greens transport spokeperson Samantha Dunn says the latest Auditor General report has found no evidence that PSOs improve safety at railway stations.

"We should redeploy PSOs to the times and places where crimes occur,” Samantha Dunn said.