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25 January, 2012

Mr J.R. QUIGLEY: […] Twenty years ago, when cannabis seemed to be the major drug that was used by youths, it produced its own problems in terms of mental illness, but it did not cause youths to go on the streets and rage in anger as they do when they are full of amphetamines. When youths take these amphetamines to stay awake at what I call doof–doof clubs—I think everyone knows what I mean—with this repetitive —

Mr T.R. Buswell: I hope you’re not talking about the AC/DC concert!

Mr J.R. QUIGLEY: I did not go there, minister. I seek an extension, please, Mr Speaker.

The SPEAKER: Only on the grounds that you will return to the topic at hand.

Subject: Treasurer’s Advance Authorisation Bill 2010 [Legislative Assembly – Second Reading]

Date: 16 March 2010

Hansard reference: p. 718 [online (pdf)]

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