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SCP HOUSE: Members Orders Of The Day

Today is Members Day the following are today's members bills in the order in they will be considered by the house from the order paper.

1. Alcohol Advisory Council Amendment Bill, 277-2
Belinda Vernon, Consideration of report (Health)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 26 June 2000)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

2. Taxation (Care and Management) Bill, 30-1
Annabel Young, Interrupted debate on first reading
1 x 5 m speech remaining 5 m in reply,
(Debate interrupted 14 June 2000)

3. Local Elections (Single Transferable Vote Option) Bill, 31-1
Rod Donald, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 25 May 2000)

4. New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Extension Bill, 32-1
Jeanette Fitzsimons, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 25 May 2000)

5. Casino Control (Poll Demand) Amendment Bill, 33-1
Willie Jackson, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 25 May 2000)

6. Foreign Fishing Crew Wages and Repatriation Bond Bill, 42-1
Graham Kelly, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 15 June 2000)

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