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Federal Budget 2019: Coalition woos voters with cash, tax cuts

The Age Tuesday, 2 April 2019
The Morrision government has promised tax cuts worth $158 billion over 10 years in an audacious bid for votes at the federal election, despite warning signs over the economy and doubts about the Coalition's ability to deliver on its pledge.
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