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Farrer member Susan Lei tells how MIA communities will benefit from the federal budget for 2022-2023 | District News

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Member for Farrer Susan Leigh believes the recent federal budget will enable her voters who live and work in the Interior Ministry. The federal government adopted its budget on March 29, earlier than usual, as a result of future elections. The date of these federal elections has not yet been determined. Ms. Lei’s office provides an analysis of the programs that have received funding that address issues in the Interior Ministry, as well as specific projects. These included: “It is also important to note that funding for public health systems and hospitals continues to grow, and the reforms we have made in the Murray-Darling Basin, including compliance and water trade, are fully funded here,” Ms. Lei said. “In general, I think it’s a budget that recognizes that these have been difficult years, that it’s still difficult for many, but here’s the way forward for both our region and the country.” $ 300 million to the Interior Ministry for additional programs and projects. This budget shows that there is still a long way to go, so I would strongly support any proposal that there is nothing for us in it. ” USD, Griffith City Council – $ 5,153,207, Leeton Shire Council $ 3,938,329, Murrumbidgee Council $ 6048,127 and ntrandera Shire Council $ 5984,177 difficult to provide local, up-to-date news for the community.Here’s how you can access our trusted content :

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