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Family violence and legal aid service funding would be boosted by Labor government | The Examiner

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More case workers, funding for specialist family violence support services, and private rentals for re-housing are some of the initiatives the Labor party will implement to aid in the prevention of family violence if elected into majority on May 1. The $28 million planned package included $3.4 million to employ 10 case workers to provide intensive support across 23 emergency shelters, $6 million to provide 150…



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