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Ms JONES: […] As I have already said, protecting the reef means protecting the jobs that depend on it. This bill protects the high-value vegetation regrowth while the government consults with landholders and key stakeholders on how it can be effectively protected in the longer term, and I commend the bill to the House.

Mr Gibson: You disappointed me, Kate.

Ms JONES: I didn’t want any of your crappy interjections in Hansard.

Opposition members interjected.

Mr Seeney: I think you better withdraw that. Come on!

Madam DEPUTY SPEAKER (Ms Farmer): Order! I ask the minister to withdraw.

Ms JONES: I withdraw that comment.

Subject: Vegetation Management (Regrowth Cleaning Moratorium) Bill [Legislative Assembly – Second Reading]

Date: 23 April 2009

Hansard reference: p. 236 [online (pdf)]

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