3 Green MLAs table their first motions
Our new Green caucus is off to a strong start. On Wednesday, October 24th, the three Green MLAs tabled their first motions in the Legislative Assembly on topics that matter to the people of New Brunswick.
Megan Mitton, MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar, tabled a motion pushing for a public enquiry into the adequacy of ambulance services in the province. Check out that motion here: Adequacy of ambulance services
Kevin Arseneau, MLA for Kent North, tabled a motion to call for a public enquiry to study how best to adopt proportional representation. You can find that motion here: Proportional Representation
And David Coon, MLA for Fredericton South and Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick tabled a motion calling on the government to stop spraying the herbicide glyphosate. You can find that motion here: Stop Spraying Glyphosate
Follow their work in the Legislature here or on the Green Party Facebook page.