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Tasmanian Government blasts Anglican Church over 'de facto death tax' claim

The State Government has accused Tasmania's Anglican Church of "scaremongering" after it said changes to the Burial Act were effectively a $20,000 "death tax". The State Government moves to allay publ... read more

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