With an eye on ACT Labor’s 2008 Election spending, where their advertising campaign spent more money than the rest of the field combined, an Assembly Committee composed of the three parties has given its final recommendations on the proposed Government Agencies (Campaign Advertising) Bill 2008.
The full report of the Select Committee on Campaign Advertising is online.
For mine, considering how active ACTEW were in supporting their voting shareholders, the standout recommendation is Lucky Thirteen:
…Territory-owned Corporations should be covered by the proposed legislative framework for the regulation of campaign advertising.
Naturally, Labor are against it.