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September 9, 2013
ABC  |  September 9, 2013

Stories include, 'Tony Abbott's big task, turning promises into policy', 'The rise of the micro parties in the Senate', 'Three of the key players in the Senate' and 'Is it time Kevin Rudd quit politics?'.

Stories include, 'Tony Abbott's big task, turning promises into policy', 'The rise of the micro parties in the Senate', 'Three of the key players in the Senate' and 'Is it time Kevin Rudd quit politics?'.

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