Could you pay a $200,000 speed ticket? Greens' plan for income-based fines

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Updated March 13 2024 - 1:17pm, first published 5:30am

Greens candidate for BASS Cecily Rosol, with a parking meter in George Street, Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler.
Greens candidate for BASS Cecily Rosol, with a parking meter in George Street, Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler.

If elected, the Greens would press to implement a means-based fines system.

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Benjamin Seeder

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