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  • Former Fianna Fail Senator (Industrial and Commercial Panel)
  • Entered the Seanad on 25 April 2016 — General election
  • Left the Seanad on 31 March 2020 — General election

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Seanad: Industrial Development (Amendment) Bill 2019: [Seanad Bill amended by the Dáil] Report and Final Stages (12 Dec 2019)

“I am delighted to welcome the Minister. Fianna Fáil is certainly happy to support this Bill. There is a Monaghan feel to the House today, with the Minister and my colleague, Senator Gallagher, and of course, the former the Ceann Comhairle, Dr. Rory O'Hanlon, and Councillor P.J. O'Hanlon all present. Monaghan is very well represented here today. We have discussed this on a couple of...”

Seanad: Industrial Development (Amendment) Bill 2019: [Seanad Bill amended by the Dáil] Report and Final Stages (12 Dec 2019)

“A few are working on the Deputy part here all right.”

Seanad: Local Government Funding: Statements (5 Dec 2019)

“Senator Murnane O'Connor is active on matters in Carlow, which is close to the Minister of State's heart. I welcome the Minister of State and councillors Cormac Devlin and Joe Malone who are representing the Local Authorities Members Association, LAMA, today. In my county of Westmeath, we had a long-standing problem with the harmonisation of rate valuations between Athlone and Mullingar, as...”

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  • Has spoken in 23 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — below average among Senators.
  • People have made 0 comments on this Senator's speeches — average among Senators.
  • 9 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 99 times in debates — below average among Senators.
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