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16 August, 2012
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MR D.A. TEMPLEMAN (Mandurah) [10.54 am]: […] Indeed, the Deputy Premier highlighted in this place during a recent debate that a select committee in the early 1990s made a range of waste management–related recommendations. The reality is that this has been debated and flung about for a long, long time. Let us be bold and actually get on and do it. I honestly believe that if he were to implement this, the minister would be hoisted—not with his own petard—but hoisted up there as one of the most innovative and
bold environment ministers ever; maybe even above myself!

Mr W.R. Marmion: I don’t believe that!

Mr D.A. TEMPLEMAN: I am too modest, but I am prepared to lower my colours to the minister!

Mr W.R. Marmion: It’d be too hard!

Mr D.A. TEMPLEMAN: I am prepared to lower my colours because I think this would be a very popular initiative. In fact, if he were to do this, I would be concerned that the 3 000-plus people who signed the petition would say “Well done” to the minister and might no longer support me!

Subject: Litter Amendment Bill 2011 [Legislative Assembly – Bill’s Scope Extension — Motion]

Date: 9 August 2012

Hansard reference: p. 4689 [online (pdf)]

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