Rosalie Taxis for Ballarat
Rosalie grew up in Victoria, in the Geelong area and the Dandenong Mountains, and her family is spread across Ballarat, Melbourne & regional Victoria.
After serving in the RAAF, Rosalie studied to become a natural health practitioner. A mother and a grandmother, Rosalie feels very strongly about the way COVID-19 was handled which is why she supports Pauline Hanson's call for a Royal Commission.
One Nation opposes COVID-19 vaccine mandates on Australian citizens and will continue its push for a Royal Commission into the management of the COVID-19 pandemic by the Australian governments, both state and federal.
The people in Ballarat are concerned about job loss and lack of employment opportunities. One Nation supports jobs for Australians first and foremost.
In an effort to bolster homegrown tradesmen and women, One Nation will increase its national apprenticeship scheme whereby first-year apprentices receive a 75% wage subsidy, followed by 50% in the second year, and finally 25% in their third year. The release of this program in 2019 was taken up within three weeks by regional businesses. The second rollout of the program was again swiftly welcomed. The third installment of this strategy would be combined with nation-building infrastructure projects including water, rail, roads, and energy. One Nation does not support casualisation of the workforce and instead embraces full-time jobs.
Rosalie says, "One Nation policies make common sense. I believe these common-sense solutions are what we need in Australia today."
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