BS and his Hospitals and Schools

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BS and his Hospitals and Schools

Postby Chuck » 15 May 2019, 19:08

Can some explain to me how the Labor party can dictate to a State to build schools and hospitals?

My limited knowledge is that the Federal govt allocates funds to the State's and they decide how it is spent.

Or am I correct in deducing that it is another deceptive campaign advertisement.

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Re: BS and his Hospitals and Schools

Postby johnsmith » 15 May 2019, 19:12

Feds can set terms to the funding. If the states want it, they have to accept the terms. Otherwise they have the option of saying no thankyou and miss out on the money ...

but then they'd need to explain that to their constituents at the next state election.
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Re: BS and his Hospitals and Schools

Postby Chuck » 15 May 2019, 19:32

johnsmith wrote:Feds can set terms to the funding. If the states want it, they have to accept the terms. Otherwise they have the option of saying no thankyou and miss out on the money ...

but then they'd need to explain that to their constituents at the next state election.


You would have heard about short term memory.

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