Election 2013 Western Australia March 9

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Announcements by Kevin Morgan

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Kevin Morgan - Cottesloe Candidate

Colin Barnett’s mandatory sentencing policy will not reduce instances of violent crime associated with home invasions, and challenges Barnett to release any evidence upon which this policy decision is based.

Kevin agrees with assertions made in PerthNow yesterday (7/2/2013) by Australian Lawyers Alliance WA president Tom Percy that harsher penalties will not work, and could lead to increasingly extreme cases of violence as perpetrators “won’t want there to be any witnesses – no survivors”.

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Kevin Morgan Independent Candidate for Cottesloe

Colin Barnett lamenting that our kids are being “deluged with enticement about gambling”, while proposing to build a new sports stadium next to the Casino, is a breathtaking show of hypocrisy.

How can he complain gambling advertising is ruining our kids (as it is) without realising it’s just as harmful to make them walk past Crown’s flashing gaming halls whenever they go to see big sports stars playing at big sports events?

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Kevin Morgan Independent for Cottesloe

A $9 taxi pick-up fee is ridiculous.

For significantly less than the $9 fee recently introduced by the Liberals, the taxi industry can be reformed through a plate buy-back scheme so it can become predominantly owner/drivers, better trained and policed for service standards, and which together with market forces will deliver better outcomes in satisfying consumer demand for taxis.

Thursday, 03 January 2013

In a recent interview Independent candidate for Cottesloe Kevin Morgan has labeled his dealing with Premier Barnett are those of a bully.

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Opening speech by Kevin Morgan Independent candidate for Cottlesloe seat, currently held by Premier Barnett.

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