AS WE head into a state election and political parties of all persuasions try to win our vote, wouldn’t it be great if we could have a clear vision for the future.
Four issues in particular have dominated politics: gay marriage, the super trawler campaign, forest agreement and the pulp mill.
To get things moving, why not hold a referendum on these topics on that same date so we can clearly see what the majority of Tasmanians support and expect from those we elect?
This would finally give us some formalised direction at least.
When you begin leadership, knowing what the majority of Tasmanians actually want has got to be a good start, especially when campaigners of these issues say they have the numbers behind them without any substantive proof.
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