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Today's Members' Orders (bills) of the Day

Wednesday, 11 October 2000

Members' Orders of the Day

Name of bill, member in charge of bill, stage of consideration, bill's reference number, and times for debate

1. Wildlife (Penalties and Related Matters) Amendment Bill, 248-2
Jill Pettis, Third reading
12 x 10 m speeches

2. Sale of Liquor (Health Warnings) Amendment Bill, 55-1
Dianne Yates, Interrupted debate on first reading
4 x 5 m speeches remaining 5 m in reply,
(Debate interrupted 6 September 2000)

3. Prostitution Reform Bill, 66-1
Tim Barnett, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 21 September 2000)

4. International Treaties Bill, 67-1
Keith Locke, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 21 September 2000)

5. Medical Practitioners (Foreign Qualified Medical Practitioners) Amendment Bill, 59-1
Hon. Ken Shirley, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 17 August 2000)

6. Resource Management (Consultation with Landowners) Amendment Bill, 60-1
Owen Jennings, First reading
4 x 10 m speeches 4 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply,
(Introduced 17 August 2000)

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