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24 August, 2009

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: […] The member for Mandurah did not make any comments of substance, but the member for Cannington made a worthy comment. He asked what effect a licence suspension has on compulsory third party insurance. That was one of the questions he asked, and it is a good question. I asked Hon Jim McGinty that question about six years ago when he was the Attorney General because I had the same concern.

Mr W.J. Johnston: I was not here six years ago. Do you have the answer? That is the question I am asking, because you do not seem to know much.

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: I do know the answer, my friend.

Mr W.J. Johnston interjected.

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: I am trying to show some courtesy by responding to a question that the member asked.

Mr W.J. Johnston: Answer the question. It is not that hard. You can cope. Read what it says on the piece of paper and you will get the answer out eventually.

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: The member must be hell to live with.

Subject: Road Traffic Amendment (Hoons) Bill 2009 [Legislative Assembly – Second Reading]

Date: 13 August 2009

Hansard reference: p. 5944 [online (pdf)]

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