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Intro Copy Here – In addition to contributing to the Government’s legislative agenda, Ted is heading up a parliamentary inquiry into Climate Change Bills as Chair of the Environment and Energy Committee and is soon to table another inquiry of that Committee on the problem of feral cats.

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Named after Ruth Fairfax who was the founding President of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) from 1921 to 1930, the Federal seat of Fairfax was formed in 1984.

In his maiden speech to the 45th Parliament of Australia, Ted said: 

“Named after Ruth Fairfax, a wonderful founder of that organization, the Country Women’s Association, my electorate lies in Gubi Gubi country, right in the heart of Queensland’s Sunst.”

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Named after Ruth Fairfax who was the founding President of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) from 1921 to 1930, the Federal seat of Fairfax was formed in 1984.

In his maiden speech to the 45th Parliament of Australia, Ted said: 

“Named after Ruth Fairfax, a wonderful founder of that organization, the Country Women’s Association, my electorate lies in Gubi Gubi country, right in the heart of Queensland’s Sunst.”

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Party Room Committees

These are internal Coalition committees where members of the Backbench meet together to look into relevant pieces of legislation. Ted currently sits on three Backbench Committees: 

  • Industry, Energy, Resources and Northern Australia
  • Treasury, Finance and Public Administration
  • Foreign Affairs, Trade & Investment
Parliamentary Committees

These are committees where members from all parties come together to look into matters specific to the relevant portfolios. Ted sits on three Parliamentary Committees:

  • Environment and Energy – Chair (more information can be found here)
  • Infrastructure, Transport and Cities (more information can be found here)
  • Economics (more information can be found here)
Joint Standing Committees

Joint committees are established by resolution or legislation agreed to by both houses and membership consists of both Members and Senators. Ted sits on one Joint Standing Committee:

  • Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade (more information can be found here); and member of the Trade Subcommittee.

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Party Room Committees

These are internal Coalition committees where members of the Backbench meet together to look into relevant pieces of legislation. Ted currently sits on three Backbench Committees: 

Parliamentary Committees

These are committees where members from all parties come together to look into matters specific to the relevant portfolios. Ted sits on three Parliamentary Committees:

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Party Room Committees

These are internal Coalition committees where members of the Backbench meet together to look into relevant pieces of legislation. Ted currently sits on three Backbench Committees: 

  • Industry, Energy, Resources and Northern Australia
  • Treasury, Finance and Public Administration
  • Foreign Affairs, Trade & Investment

Parliamentary Committees

These are committees where members from all parties come together to look into matters specific to the relevant portfolios. Ted sits on three Parliamentary Committees:

  • Environment and Energy – Chair (more information can be found here)
  • Infrastructure, Transport and Cities (more information can be found here)
  • Economics (more information can be found here)
Joint Standing Committees

Joint committees are established by resolution or legislation agreed to by both houses and membership consists of both Members and Senators. Ted sits on one Joint Standing Committee:

  • Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade (more information can be found here); and member of the Trade Subcommittee.

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Party Room Committees

These are internal Coalition committees where members of the Backbench meet together to look into relevant pieces of legislation. Ted currently sits on three Backbench Committees: 

  • Industry, Energy, Resources and Northern Australia
  • Treasury, Finance and Public Administration
  • Foreign Affairs, Trade & Investment

Parliamentary Committees

These are committees where members from all parties come together to look into matters specific to the relevant portfolios. Ted sits on three Parliamentary Committees:

  • Environment and Energy – Chair (more information can be found here)
  • Infrastructure, Transport and Cities (more information can be found here)
  • Economics (more information can be found here)

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