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Last month, Australian Federal Finance Minister Josh Frydenberg whispered a draft to the Parliament called Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019. The content is: limit the cash transaction between merchants and individuals to 10,000 knives, any cash transaction of more than 10,000 knives will be considered a crime, will face a two-year sentence and a fine of 25,200 knives!
Two policemen helped a pregnant woman to give birth to a baby this morning. They were just after midnight and saw a high-speed car on the streets of Melbourne stop it when it was unstable. But after learning the truth, it was a couple on the bus.
NSW's acting finance director, Damien Tudehope, said the car driver was treated as a "cash cow." Many local councils have admitted that fines have not been reduced for tax reasons. Tudehope said: "The local council needs to stop using the driver as a cash cow. It should start giving the driver a chance to breathe. Safety and deterrence are important, but the fine should be equal to the degree of crime."
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