End the secrecy at Alcoa's coal plant
Alcoa, a coal company who recently shut their coal plant in Anglesea, are exempt from Freedom of Information laws.
The Anglesea kindergarten had just one day warning before Alcoa detonated explosives at its asbestos-filled coal plant in Anglesea. Now the community can’t even get basic information about whether there is still asbestos in the plant or whether the town’s health was put at risk. Why? Because Labor is shielding Alcoa with special exemption from FOI laws.
On the 24th July, Ellen Sandell and the Greens will introduce a Bill to get rid of Alcoa’s special exemption from FOI laws.
Last time Ellen did this, in 2015, the Andrews Labor Government used their numbers to vote it down.
Sign our petition and tell Labor to support our Bill to stop the secrecy and get rid of Alcoa’s FOI exemption.