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Whistleblower’s evidence to Lazarus committee to be made public?

Peter Hannam writes in the Brisbane Times (2.3.15) that ‘Coal seam gas projects worth almost $50 billion are under fresh scrutiny, after allegations of rushed, incomplete approval processes that sidelined possible environmental impacts.

‘Efforts will resume this week in a Senate committee to make public documents and comments by a Queensland whistleblower.

‘Senator Glenn Lazarus of the Palmer United Party and Greens Senator Larissa Waters plan to press fellow members of the Senate inquiry into Queensland Government Administration to lift a gag imposed on evidence presented by former state bureaucrat Simone Marsh.’

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