Labor releases the final details of its climate change policy | 7.30

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The Labor Party waited until federal parliament had risen before it released the final details of its climate change policy, setting its emissions reduction target for 2030 at 43 per cent, just slightly shy of the number it took to the last election. The timing reflects a strategy to keep the focus on the troubles of the Morrison Government. Here’s 7.30’s chief political correspondent Laura Tingle.

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