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11 April, 2007

HON TOM STEPHENS (Mining and Pastoral – Leader of the Opposition) [3.05 pm]: It is often the case in this place, where members have particular areas of interest and specialty, that when certain issues come before the House, we can guarantee that certain members will rise to talk on those topics. Some Bills attract many more contributions from all sides of the House than do others –

Hon Max Evans: The Dog Act!

Hon TOM STEPHENS: – particularly when they are in the category that the Minister for Finance has just mentioned. I have not spoken regularly on issues of this type –

Hon N.F. Moore: So why change your strategy now?

Hon TOM STEPHENS: For a number of reasons, including the fact that when I started my young life –

Hon N.D. Griffiths: Your young life? How many lives have you had?

Hon TOM STEPHENS: A young life, a mid-life and an old life.

The DEPUTY PRESIDENT (Hon J.A. Cowdell) Order! The Leader of the Opposition will sort out his age situation shortly.

Subject: Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Amendment Bill [Legislative Council – Second Reading]

Date: 10 September 1998

Hansard reference: pp. 1176 – 1177 [online (pdf): p. 1176 / p. 1177]

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