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Bennett says it would be better if the money was spent "on real projects that make a difference".
"We haven't done those in the past, and I see no reason to change that position."
The legislation passed with support from the National Party.
"Hopefully the Greens will reassert their values as a party that stands up for free speech."
The National Party has been running ads associating Labour with the Greens' tax policy.
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"We will announce our policy in the future."
"It's absolutely awful and devastating that someone was made to feel badly when they tried to volunteer for us."
Winston Peters has described the policy as "nuts".
"The only possible reason it could be is so petty that I wouldn’t dream of suggesting it."
But benefits do need to go up, Duncan Garner says.
An anti-poverty group has welcomed the Greens' ambitious plan to reform the tax and welfare systems.
"Rather than celebrating Kiwis doing well, the Greens seem to want to punish them."
They're proposing every Kiwi has at least $325 a week to live on, paid for by the Govt if they can't earn it elsewhere.
Eugenie Sage acknowledges Māui dolphins look very similar to Hector's dolphins.
Labour and Green MPs have given up hiding their growing frustrations with New Zealand First vetoing their flagship policies.
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NZ First leader Winston Peters denied he was blocking light rail.
But there's a risk the move will split the vote and let her opponent walk away with an easy win.
"I know I took down posters and I will take them down again."
Police Association president Chris Cahill said the initiative was "hobbled from the start".
"We pushed for it, and we got it."
James Shaw told The AM Show he has "a lot of respect" for National's new leader.
Police Association president Chris Cahill is "appalled".
Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick tweeted about the speech: "You couldn't make this stuff up."
The Green Party is revolting at the disparity in payment levels.
"Our candidate list truly reflects 21st century Aotearoa."
National MPs will be itching to roll Simon Bridges who has tanked.
Seventy-six nations are named in the letter, including Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Samoa, Fiji and Tonga.