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Australians will continue to be caught out by private health insurance policies which don’t cover basic procedures, with reports the Turnbull Government will break an election commitment to act on junk policies. The Government went to the election with a clear commitment to “weed out junk policies” and protect consumers from worthless policies: “Because, what we don’t
CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICARE MEMBER FOR BALLARAT JO CHAPLEY STATE LABOR CANDIDATE FOR ADELAIDE   TURNBULL MUST BOOST RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION SERVICES   Instead of stigmatising welfare recipients and ignoring health experts, Malcolm Turnbull must ensure that alcohol and other drug treatment services are available to every Australian who seeks help.
THE HON. BILL SHORTEN MP LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION SHADOW MINISTER FOR INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS AND ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDERS MEMBER FOR MARIBYRNONG   THE HON. CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICARE MEMBER FOR BALLARAT   THE HON. JENNY MACKLIN MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR SOCIAL SERVICES MEMBER FOR JAGAJAGA   LABOR TO
General practitioners have rejected Malcolm Turnbull’s failure to fully lift his Medicare freeze immediately, with six out of ten GPs saying they were dissatisfied or extremely dissatisfied with the Government’s staggered approach to lifting the freeze. This budget rejection was revealed in today’s release of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ Health of the
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