Editor’s note: We originally ran this item assuming it was a genuine enquiry from a House Standing Committee, but the process has become politicised, including requiring people to confirm they were against Labor’s proposal when they registered. There is also some uncertainty about what happens to the email addresses of people who register. We leave it here for the record.
Of interest to your audience
I hope you’re well.
As you know, the House Standing Committee on Economics has launched a formal inquiry into refundable franking credits. The objective of the inquiry is to give a voice to the hundreds of thousands of Australians who will be directly impacted by any change to policy.
Submissions for the inquiry are ongoing. As Chair of the Committee I am very keen to make sure we have submissions from everyday Australians who are going to be impacted, and who may want to be part of a broader campaign to stop unfair changes.
To that end we have designed a simple website where people can make direct submissions to the inquiry including a standard template, as well as opportunity for people to enter their own information if they choose.
It would be immensely helpful if you are able to promote it to your audience so they know there is a clear and simple way to make a submission and have their voice heard.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you any questions.
Tim Wilson MP
Federal Liberal Member for Goldstein
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