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Result of Members' Bill Ballot 9.3.17

Published date: 9 Mar 2017

Members’ bills are bills introduced by Members who are not Ministers. Every second Wednesday the House gives precedence to Local, Private, and Members’ bills. On these days Members’ bills are debated.

A minimum of eight Members’ bills awaiting first reading should be on the Order Paper on each Members’ day. When a space on the Order Paper becomes available, a ballot is held to decide which Member's bill will be introduced. Members enter bills in the ballot by lodging notices of proposal for their bills.

Thursday, 9 March 2017

On Thursday, 9 March 2017 three places are available on the Order Paper for the first reading of a Member’s bill.

The ballot was held, and resulted in the following bills being drawn:

18Education (Teachers’ Code of Ethics) Amendment Bill Hon Ruth Dyson
3Arbitration Amendment Bill Paul Foster-Bell
72Youth Employment Training and Education Bill Darroch Ball

Notices of proposal were received for the following bills.

1Accident Compensation (Recent Migrants and Returning New Zealanders) Amendment BillMelissa Lee
2Age of Majority (Attainment at 18 Years) Amendment BillBrett Hudson
3Arbitration Amendment BillPaul Foster-Bell
4Burial and Cremation (Removal of Audit Requirement for Cemetery Trusts) Amendment BillLindsay Tisch
5Celebrant Eligibility Expansion BillChris Bishop
6Child Poverty Definition, Measurement, and Assessment BillMetiria Turei
7Child Poverty Reduction and Eradication BillJacinda Ardern
8Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Parent’s and Guardian’s Responsibility) Amendment BillBarbara Kuriger
9Climate Change (Divestment from Fossil Fuels) BillSteffan Browning
10Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance (Break Fees Disclosure) Amendment BillSimon O’Connor
11Crimes (Looting) Amendment BillRon Mark
12Criminal Procedure (Removing Paedophile Name Suppression) Amendment BillRichard Prosser
13Crown Minerals (Protection of World Heritage Sites) Amendment BillIain Lees-Galloway
14Education (Funding for School Food and Allied Programmes) Amendment BillJames Shaw
15Education (Protecting Teacher Title) Amendment BillTracey Martin
16Education (Public Good not Profit from Charter Schools) Amendment BillDr David Clark
17Education (Student Allowances Availability) Amendment BillGareth Hughes
18Education (Teachers’ Code of Ethics) Amendment BillHon Ruth Dyson
19Education (Teaching Council of Aotearoa) Amendment BillChris Hipkins
20Electoral (Entrenchment of Māori Seats) Amendment BillRino Tirikatene
21Electoral (Registration by Special Vote) Amendment BillMeka Whaitiri
22Employment Relations (Restoring Kiwis’ Right to a Break at Work) Amendment BillSue Moroney
23Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment BillStuart Nash
24End of Life Choice BillDavid Seymour
25Equal Pay Amendment BillJan Logie
26Family Proceedings (Paternity Orders and Parentage Tests) Amendment BillSarah Dowie
27Friendly Societies and Credit Unions (Regulatory Improvements) Amendment BillStuart Smith
28Health and Safety Immunity for Pike River Recovery BillAndrew Little
29Housing Restructuring and Tenancy Matters (Assured Tenancies) Amendment BillJenny Salesa
30Immigration (Refugee Quota) Amendment BillBarry Coates
31Income Tax (Clean Transport FBT Exclusions) Amendment BillJulie Anne Genter
32Independent Prison Inspectorate BillDavid Clendon
33International Non-Aggression and Lawful Use of Force (Implementation of Amendment to Statute of Rome) BillDr Kennedy Graham
34International Transparent Treaties BillFletcher Tabuteau
35Justices of the Peace (Medical Reasons for Retirement) Amendment BillMaureen Pugh
36Kirpan Authorisation BillKanwaljit Singh Bakshi
37KiwiFund BillPita Paraone
38Land Transport (Tourist Driver Rental Vehicle) Amendment BillRia Bond
39Land Transport (Wheel Clamping Protection) Amendment BillPhil Twyford
40Legislation (Climate Impact Disclosure Statement) Amendment BillEugenie Sage
41Litter (Increased Infringement Fee) Amendment BillScott Simpson
42Local Electoral (Equitable Process for Establishing Māori Wards and Māori Constituencies) Amendment BillMarama Davidson
43Local Government (Four Well-beings) Amendment BillAupito William Sio
44Local Government (Freedom of Access) Amendment BillJonathan Young
45Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) (Extending Notice and Application Period) Amendment BillPeeni Henare
46Marriage (Court Consent to Marriage of Minors) Amendment BillJoanne Hayes
47Military Decorations and Distinctive Badges (Modernisation) Amendment BillTodd Barclay
48Misuse of Drugs (Medicinal Cannabis Approval) Amendment BillHon Damien O’Connor
49New Zealand Public Health and Disability (Child Health Obesity Target) Amendment BillHon Annette King
50New Zealand Public Health and Disability (New Medicines and Rare Conditions) Amendment BillBarbara Stewart
51New Zealand Superannuation and Retirement Income (Fair Residency) Amendment BillDenis O’Rourke
52Oaths and Declarations (Members of Parliament) Amendment BillHon Trevor Mallard
53Ombudsmen (Cost Recovery) Amendment BillHon David Parker
54Policing (Killing a Police Dog) Amendment BillMatt Doocey
55Radio New Zealand (Catch-up Funding) Amendment BillClare Curran
56Radiocommunications (Enhanced Public Broadcasting Provision) Amendment BillAdrian Rurawhe
57Residential Tenancies (Methamphetamine) Amendment BillAndrew Bayly
58Resource Management (Clean Groundwater) Amendment BillCatherine Delahunty
59Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Renewal of Licences) Amendment BillLouisa Wall
60Sentencing (Domestic Violence) Amendment BillPoto Williams
61Sentencing (Livestock Rustling) Amendment BillIan McKelvie
62Social Security (Apprenticeship Assistance for Youth) Amendment BillMichael Wood
63Social Security (Exemption for Ex Gratia and Compensation Payments) Amendment BillKelvin Davis
64Social Security (Medical Practitioner Certificate for Supported Living Payment) Amendment BillCarmel Sepuloni
65Summary Offences (Drink or Drugs Affecting Behaviour) Amendment BillClayton Mitchell
66SuperGold Health Check Bill (No 2)Mahesh Bindra
67Taxation (Bright-line Extension) BillGrant Robertson
68Te rā o Parihaka BillMarama Fox
69Waitemata Harbour Protection BillRt Hon Winston Peters
70Waste Minimisation (Single-use Plastic Bag) Amendment BillDenise Roche
71Wildlife (Threatened Species Protection) Amendment BillMojo Mathers
72Youth Employment Training and Education BillDarroch Ball


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