Hollie Hughes, Liberal Senator for NSW was sworn in to the 46th Parliament on 1 July 2019. Since then she has established herself as a passionate advocate for rural and regional communities, as well as children and families navigating the NDIS.

On 6 October 2020, the Senate resolved to establish a Select Committee on Tobacco Harm Reduction, with Hollie elected as its Chair.  Submissions are due by 5 November 2020.  For more information on this committee and how you can make a submission, please visit the committee’s website, by clicking here.

On 27 November 2019, the Senate resolved to establish a Select Committee on Autism, with Hollie elected as the Chair.  The date for submissions has passed, and the Inquiry has now commenced. For more information on this committee, the submissions received, and its ongoing work, please visit the committee’s website here.  The committee is to present its final report on or before the first sitting day of October 2021.

Senator Hughes is also on the Community Affairs Committee, Joint Select Committee for NDIS as well as the Public Works Committee.

Hollie is dedicated to being a strong voice in Parliament for the constituents of NSW and upholding the values of the Liberal Party of which she has been a member of for close to twenty years.

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