Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 3 Hansard (27 March) . . Page.. 690 ..
MR OSBORNE: It was not very often, and it was a long time ago. I would suggest that not many people could consume much more than they do in the early hours of the morning. I thank everyone for their input, and I hope that over the next few months, as we go down the path of setting up this trial, the debate will continue to be conducted in this way. I thank the Greens for their input. We perhaps had a crossing of communication lines over the last couple of days, and I apologise if any of that was my fault; but I think it was a case of both sides being a little in the wrong. I apologise for "juvenile", as long as you will withdraw "simplistic". I thank the members who supported me.
That this Bill be agreed to in principle.
The Assembly voted -
AYES, 8 NOES, 7 Mrs Carnell Mr Berry Mr Cornwell Ms Follett Mr De Domenico Ms Horodny Mr Hird Ms Reilly Mr Kaine Ms Tucker Mr Moore Mr Whitecross Mr Osborne Mr Wood Mr StefaniakQuestion so resolved in the affirmative.
Bill agreed to in principle.
Mr Berry: Mr Speaker, I remind you that Ms McRae and Mr Humphries are paired.
Bill, by leave, taken as a whole
MR MOORE (11.44): Mr Speaker, I seek leave to move together amendments Nos 1 to 5 circulated in my name.