Still kicksin in Parliament

Justice Minister Herbert Volney is pushing for the qualifying salary for legal aid to be raised from $545 a month to $3,000. Wired868 applauds his humanity.

But what about a clause that says income qualifications can be waived in “extenuating circumstances”? Volney said the best of us are “broken” sometimes including MPs. Wired868 strongly suggests he leaves the jokes to us.

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