Member’s bill in the name of Alastair Scott drawn from the ballot on May 3. It would introduce a new regime for detecting drug driving in relation to THC, MDMA, and methamphetamine, by allowing for random oral fluid testing by enforcement officers. Awaiting first reading. First reading interrupted on September 5 with the Government parties indicated they would vote it down. They argued the Bill was impractical and not the right vehicle to deal with the issue. Voted down by Government parties on Oct 17. Land Transport (Random Oral Fluid Testing) Amendment Bill.