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29 September, 2010

HON KATE DOUST (South Metropolitan — Deputy Leader of the Opposition) [8.33 pm]: […] When people go to parties, they use tablets, they are accessing cocaine, they are using speed; they are using all sorts of other things. I am not too sure whether that is because it is easier to access or cheaper. We hear those things more and more. In some ways it might be of greater concern because some drugs have a much harsher impact on the individual, sometimes with one usage, as we have seen with a number of young people using ecstasy at parties or at concerts, or where there is sustained use of amphetamines, ice —

Hon Sue Ellery: Why look at me when you say that!

Hon KATE DOUST: The member is just so much more hip with these things than I am!

Hon Sue Ellery: I don’t know if that’s hip!

Hon KATE DOUST: It is not hip at all; it is not cool.

Subject: Cannabis Law Reform Bill 2009 [Legislative Council – Second Reading]

Date: 14 September 2010

Hansard reference: p. 6456 [online (pdf)]

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