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12 November, 2009
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Hon KEN TRAVERS: […] There is almost unanimous agreement within the chamber on the policy of the bill, but I believe it is important that we understand whether this bill, as it has been agreed to by the Committee of the Whole, will be good legislation that achieves the policy implications as were agreed to in the second reading debate.

Hon Simon O’Brien: It is exactly the same as what you agreed to in the second reading debate. Are you voting against it now?

Hon KEN TRAVERS: No.

Hon Simon O’Brien: Then you’re a phoney and a fraud in what you’re saying and so are all your colleagues!

Hon KEN TRAVERS: Hon Simon O’Brien would probably know more about phoneys and frauds than anyone else in this chamber.

Hon Simon O’Brien: Yes, because I’ve sat here and stared at them for 12 years!

The PRESIDENT: Order!

Hon KEN TRAVERS: Hon Simon O’Brien has sat next to them for 12 years; he has not stared at them for 12 years, although I have occasionally seen him do googly eyes at those who sit next to him.

Subject: Criminal Code Amendment (Graffiti) Bill 2009 [Legislative Council – Third Reading]

Date: 14 October 2009

Hansard reference: p. 7988 [online (pdf)]

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