Mark today spoke in support of the Government's Bill to establish a new statutory body, Infrastructure SA, which will have the responsibility to advise the government on all matters to do with public and private infrastructure.
In Question Time Mark asked the Minister for Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment about site contamination on railway corridors.
In Question Time, Mark asked Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, representing the Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government, about the development of a Government strategy for new electric vehicles.
During Question Time Mark asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing about the health of workers in the gas industry.
During Question Time Mark asked the Treasurer about the State Government sourcing its electricity from a solar thermal generation project near Port Augusta and reducing the Government's carbon footprint.
Today Mark brought his Greens' Bill to stop the automatic pay rises for State MPs to a vote. It was opposed by both the Liberal Government and the Labor Opposition, so did not pass.