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As the federal election draws closer, the shadow treasurer has looked to assure voters that Labor will not be taking previous tax policies such as franking credit changes to this election.
Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers has stated that while the Labor government will aim to remove some of the “rorts and waste” implemented by the current government, it will not be adopting the tax increases it proposed in the lead up to the 2019 election.
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