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Submissions on the Smoke-free Environments Bill

Media release

Health Select Committee

12 October 2001

Date for submissions on the Smoke-free Environments (Enhanced Protection) Bill and Supplementary Order Paper No. 148.

The Health Select Committee has set the closing date for public submissions on the Smoke-free Environments (Enhanced Protection) Bill and Supplementary Order Paper No. 148 for Friday 23 November 2001.

“The committee wants to ensure that submitters have sufficient time to prepare submissions to the Supplementary Order Paper, as well as to the bill as introduced,” said Chairperson, Judy Keall.

Mrs Keall said that Supplementary Order Paper No. 148 was referred to the committee on Friday, 12 October 2001, and the committee will be placing advertisements in the media calling for submissions.


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