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Green team - Shaw and Genter

Julie Anne Genter is joining James Shaw for a Green Party Business Breakfast.

If you haven’t got your tickets to @JulieAnneGenter and my Business Breakfast, get in quick!

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What if Turei does resign?

Metiria Turei’s gamble on using her experience of fibbing while on a benefit from 1993-1998 to highlight then plight of beneficiaries has backfired badly.

Turei has strong support for her crusade from some quarters, but she has disillusioned many others, leaving the Greens in a serious situation. 358 more words

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Lack of urgency on mass killing by poison

Maggy Wassilieff made a good point yesterday about the spate of deaths as a result of synthetic drug use:

Somebody is lacing dried plant material with lethal poison.

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Green MP helps tidy up one of Peter Dunne’s near-death experiences — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Green MP Julie Anne Genter witnessed first-hand the horrifying effects of the synthetic cannabis crisis that has claimed seven lives in the past month. She witnessed a homeless person in central Auckland a week ago rolling onto a busy road while having seizures.

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TOP tried to entice Genter

Julie Anne Genter has revealed that someone in The Opportunities Party sounded her out to see if she might consider jumping from the Green ship and joining them. 462 more words

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Dunne to support Genter's medicinal cannabis bill

When Green MP Julie Anne Genter’s medicinal cannabis bill was drawn from the Member’s ballot Peter Dunne said he would decide on whether he would support it or not when it cam time to vote on it at it’s first reading in Parliament. 298 more words

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Greens promise something that's out of their hands

Greens announced today:  Greens to fast-track airport rail for America’s Cup

The Green Party is announcing today that in Government it will fast-track the building of a new rail line to Auckland airport to be completed in 2021, in time for the next America’s Cup. 332 more words

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