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Debate: Alcohol warnings
4BC Mornings: Wine bottles will have to carry large and graphic health warnings similar to cigarette packs if proposals from public health lobbyists get the go-ahead.
Greg Cary is joined by industry representatives for and against the move.
For: Dr Bruce Bolam, Executive Manager, Vic Health, Member of Alcohol Policy Coalition
Against: Paul Evans, Chief Executive, Winemakers Federation of Australia
Dunno why people voted for CanLie, can't blame me, I voted informal. As we see by the sinking popularity polls certainly a lot of people now don't know why they voted for him either.Bob Lord Wednesday 13 February, 2013 - 3:41 PM
@Bob ,Why did Anna lose the last election mate?
Was it something to do with selling assets and stacking the public service with seat warmers.
Warning should read "A vote for the Greens is a Vote for Labor"
Making moonshine Bob,why am I not suprisedRich Wednesday 13 February, 2013 - 10:34 AM
Not only should wine Fag's and wine have a warning on health problems but also fast food containing fat (hamburgers pizza) as this is a major health problem of obese people.
Coke and soft drinks contain substances that can also bring on obese problems.
The government should put warnings on any substance or product that contains fat or chemicals detrimental to health well being.Ronny Of Brighton QLD Wednesday 13 February, 2013 - 7:01 AM
We need warning labels on voting slips "Warning voting for a conservative government will cause assets to be sold and workers to be sacked."
The big question is will I need to put warning labels on my home brew.Bob Lord Tuesday 12 February, 2013 - 6:42 PM