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You can read the legislation to see the legal status of your work circumstance.
Link to the Sex Industry Offences Act 2005 Alternatively you may contact Scarlet Alliance in Tasmania directly for information about the Sex Industry Offences Act.
Beyond Abuse's letter to MLCs said this was not the case."This we believe is an absolute fallacy and an insult to the intelligence of survivors who come forward," the letter said."After exhaustive discussion with survivors I would like to inform you that the majority of survivors spoken to believe this would have the opposite effect."Beyond Abuse spokesman Steve Fisher said he was at a loss to understand Labor's position."Every victim that I've spoken to has said that they wouldn't come forward if they didn't believe there was a penalty."Acting Attorney-General Matthew Groom said the changes reflected community attitudes to crimes of this nature."We're calling on the Labor party to back the victims, back the community concern on this issue, and support the Government's legislation for mandatory sentences for sexual offences against children," he said."We're talking about significant offences here.
We're talking about offences like rape of a young person, or maintaining a sexual relationship with aggravation."He urged Labor not to use its voting bloc in the Upper House — three MPs — to block the bill.
A bill that would introduce mandatory minimum jail sentences for sexual offences against children has been rejected by Tasmania's Legislative Council.
"I really have to think very carefully whether I have the knowledge, or the understanding of the law, to equal that of a judge."Labor's three MLCs did not support the bill - nor did the party support it in the Lower House - because of their opposition to mandatory minimum sentencing.
Concerns have also been raised that more offenders would plead not guilty and subject victims to a potentially traumatic trial.
Labor did not support the legislation in the Lower House, arguing mandatory sentences could make victims who knew their perpetrator less likely to report.
If you are 15 you can apply to have your own Medicare card.
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