What the state election means for HACSU members

Posted on 17 April, 2024 in HACSU News  

Following the 2024 Tasmania state election, HACSU State Secretary Robbie Moore discusses what the results mean for HACSU members, and outlines some of the health priorities the new Tasmanian Parliament must address.

Click play on the video below to watch the full vodcast.

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