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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
25 November 2014

Greens candidate for Melbourne has condemned Labor's environment policy.

"Four days before the election, at 5.10pm, we finally see Labor’s environment policy and it's a disgrace." said Ms Sandell.

"It will let loggers decide the future of our forests and will keep open our dirtiest coal power stations. It makes it clear that if Victorians want action on climate change and the environment we need Greens MPs in Parliament, pushing Labor and Liberal to get their heads' out of the sand."

"Daniel Andrews and the Labor party have let Victorians down with this sorry excuse for a policy." said Ms Sandell.

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
25 November 2014
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