Carbon tax cash grab by pokies

The Australian Financial Review reported pokie revenues in Queensland have risen, coinciding with the Federal Government's carbon tax compensation for pensioners and low-income earners. Independent candidate for Melbourne and founder of Crikey news website Stephen Mayne told Howard Sattler it would be better to give the carbon tax compensation in the form of credits at a consumer's power company rather than giving them cash.


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