I see that, apparently, David Leyonhjelm's look-at-me "Nanny State" enquiry has received most of its submissions on bicycle helmet laws Not only are Leyonhjelm's findings on this (and any other "nanny State" issue) utterly predictable, so is the fact that experts will disagree with him, and more importantly - it's a State responsibility, not a Commonwealth one.
I see Chris Berg will also turn up and bleat about lock out laws, amongst other things - again, entirely a State responsibility, and one which the Commonwealth has utterly no power to intervene in. OK, tobacco plain packaging laws will get a mention too - as if any party except Leyonhjelm's one man show is going to seriously propose undoing those while the smoking figures continue to drop.
This inquiry is a complete and utter waste of time. I would much prefer that Leyonhjelm pleasure himself in private.