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Sign the card: Thanks for committing half a billion to tackle family violence

Last month the Victorian Government have announced an incredible $572 million of funding to address family violence in the state.

This investment is an historic act of leadership from Premier Daniel Andrews and his Government, and an important big step towards implementing the full recommendations of the recent Royal Commission.

It's all too rare that we see this kind of leadership, and on such an important issue. That's why it's critical we show this investment is supported by voters -- especially in an election year.

Can you sign your thanks to Premier Andrews and his government for their leadership on this issue? Fair Agenda members will deliver your messages of thanks to Parliament on Wednesday 8th June.

3,002 SIGNATURES

To Premier Andrews and the Victorian Government,

Thank you for making addressing family violence a priority in this year's state budget. 

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Jane , 3922  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:44:51 +1000
Ragnhild , 3046  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:44:28 +1000
Michael , 3149  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:44:11 +1000
Sally , 3898  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:43:34 +1000
"heartfelt thanks"
Lyn , 3184  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:43:29 +1000
"Great work!"
nunu , 3070  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:42:49 +1000
"Although I have never been a victim of family violence, I consider this crime to be a scourge on our society. As a teacher at an all girls’ state school, I see on a daily basis the importance of valuing our young women, and helping them to achieve their best in a safe and positive environment.
I congratulate the Andrews’ government for its brave and generous act to combat a national epidemic.
Thank you Daniel Andrews for your leadership."
Diana , 3068  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:42:34 +1000
"Diana Russell"
Tony , 3185  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:42:32 +1000
Toby , 3140  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:42:04 +1000
Anne-Maree , 3550  /  signed 2016-04-13 21:41:35 +1000
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