Our policies

Slashing ESL Bills

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will cut ESL bills by $90 million a year.

Supporting People Living With BPD

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will provide $10 million funding over four years to establish a specialist statewide BPD Service for at-risk clients, that will include a focus on new mothers, their babies and young people.

2036 3.0

New Trade Offices

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will implement a comprehensive policy to boost South Australia’s international trade and support our exporters.

Blocking Mobile Phone Use in Prisons

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will fund a pilot program at a regional prison to block the use of contraband mobile phones with a view to rolling it out across the prison network.

2036 6.0

Future of the Repat Site

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will ensure a genuine health precinct continues to operate on the site of the Repat Hospital.

2036 3.0

Counter Terrorism Action Plan

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will introduce a broad suite of measures to keep our community safe from the evolving threat of terrorism.

2036 6.0

Speed Camera Audit

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will conduct an audit of traffic cameras to make sure they are operating for safety purposes and not to raise revenue.

2036 6.0

Infrastructure South Australia

If elected in 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will establish Infrastructure South Australia to combine the expertise of the public and private sectors in planning for and implementing our major infrastructure plans for the future.

Stop the Scourge in Schools

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will take a pro-active approach to education about healthy living and substance abuse and we will also enable schools and police to engage more easily to react to acute problems in particular communities.

Keeping Penalties in Line With Community Expectations

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will firstly ensure the maximum penalties for cannabis possession are increased from $500 to $2,000, which is in line with maximum penalties for other drug possession offences.

2036 6.0