Include Australia's Already Disadvantaged in the COVID-19 Stimulus Supplement

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Kris Bogdan
1 year ago
Im in pain.
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Dawn Morrison
1 year ago
This is an area in our society of great need and is worthy of our support and attention. A society is judged by how they care for those not as blessed as they are.

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Jaine S
1 year ago
We suffer and go un noticed enough. We need to be seen and heard

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June Piggott
1 year ago
I can't believe no one is standing up in parliament and saying something , disabled don't even get a mention in Morrison's speeches , the money he put into NDIS doesn't help all , not getting my vote again

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Ruth MERRETT
1 year ago
Thankful that we have a Government that respects all levels of funding to include this area also as being imperative .

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Kelly Patrick
1 year ago
Why are some welfare recipients considered vulnerable and in need of stimulus payments but others are not? Are not ALL Centrelink customers on a low income? All pensioners were struggling before the pandemic, it's not going to get any easier for them now!

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Benita Bartholomew
1 year ago
I'm a carer and we need this

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Kaysey Howard
1 year ago
DSP, Carers & aged pensioners are suffering financially as well during this pandemic. As a recipient of the DSP, I not only feel that we have been discriminated against, but am sadden to feel that we don't count as a member of the Australian society. I don't feel that we are all in this together at all.

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Sarah Macintosh
1 year ago
Everyone matters.

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Tarsha Beard
1 year ago
Carers and dsp should be getting $550 extra corona virus suppliment