2011-2015 Victorian government scorecard

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The Liberal-National coalition government led by Premier Ted Baillieu was elected on 27 November 2010.

This article provides a summary of policy comparisons between the government and other parties on various issues.

Issue Baillieu Government Labor Greens
Cattle grazing in Alpine National Park Reintroduced as "trial" Oppose Oppose
Grand prix at Albert Park Support, public money undisclosed Support, public money undisclosed Oppose
Desalination plant Support Support Oppose
Logging native forests Support Support Oppose
Logging water catchments Support Support Oppose
VicForests government commercial logging of native forests Support Review Oppose
North South pipeline Will not use Support Oppose
Bay dredging Support Support Oppose
Doncaster rail line Study in progress Oppose Support
Airport rail line Study in progress Oppose Support
More dams for Melbourne water supply Support Oppose Oppose
Myki ticket system Reviewing Support Unknown
Melbourne urban growth expansion Support Support Oppose
Unlimited rights to religious organisations to discriminate[1] Support Oppose Oppose
HRL new coal-fired power station in Latrobe Valley[2] Support Support Oppose
Target 155 water restrictions for Melbourne[3] Scrapped Support Unknown
Regional Rail Link Reviewing Support Unknown

References

  1. Religious groups to regain bias rights, The Age
  2. Power plant plan stalls over design
  3. Minister turns off tap on Target 155


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