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    Wow with the breaking news that just happened we may not have to worry about it even being presented in parliament

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Wow with the breaking news that just happened we may not have to worry about it even being presented in parliament
    What have I missed!?

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    I thought it went through Parliament and just needed Senate which is where it was to be blocked. I don't remember though.

    Breaking news: Malcolm Turnbull officially let the PM know he is contesting leadership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I thought it went through Parliament and just needed Senate which is where it was to be blocked. I don't remember though.

    Breaking news: Malcolm Turnbull officially let the PM know he is contesting leadership.
    Going tomorrow apparently but might not if there's a change in leadership

    http://www.theparenthood.org.au/cont...enate_repo&n=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    TeaM is right. There is a flaw for the govt PPL. A lot of women take it concurrently because once they go back to work say even 1 day a week, the govt PPL ceases. This gives the wrong impression that these women are double dipping but it isn't. Full time is a different story. They are just saving the PPL for later when they r 4 days out of work per week to take care the bub.
    With my first, I took my 12 weeks pay from work, and when that stopped, I started the 18 weeks govt ppl.

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    The bill got submitted to parliament the day after Malcolm Turnbull became PM. Now it's just a waiting game.

    If someone was to get pregnant now, due in July, given the the legislation hasn't made it through parliament, would they still be entitled to ppl, even if the legislation got through in a month or so?

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    Good question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    The bill got submitted to parliament the day after Malcolm Turnbull became PM. Now it's just a waiting game.

    If someone was to get pregnant now, due in July, given the the legislation hasn't made it through parliament, would they still be entitled to ppl, even if the legislation got through in a month or so?
    Depends on the commencement provisions in the Bill.

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    We can only hope they are so anti "captain calls" that it does t get passed out of spite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    The bill got submitted to parliament the day after Malcolm Turnbull became PM. Now it's just a waiting game.

    If someone was to get pregnant now, due in July, given the the legislation hasn't made it through parliament, would they still be entitled to ppl, even if the legislation got through in a month or so?
    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    Depends on the commencement provisions in the Bill.
    I do not hold out much hope that they will extend it for those due after July 1 if it passes.


 

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