INDEPENDENT NEWS

Prebble asks questions of Anderton

Published: Fri 24 Dec 1999 12:47 AM
ACT Leader Richard Prebble, who last night asked in Parliament if the allegations of cannabis smoking by an Alliance employee in Parliament were correct, has written to the Alliance Leader Jim Anderton seeking an explanation.
"I've written to Mr Anderton, who is the employer of the person who it is alleged took a member of the public into the Chamber. I am inquiring from Mr Anderton what action he is taking," Mr Prebble said.
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