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Andrews pledges $1.5m to improve mental healthcare for veterans

Brisbane Times Friday, 9 November 2018 ()
Andrews pledges $1.5m to improve mental healthcare for veteransLabor has promised increased access to veteran mental health care if re-elected on November 24.
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