Government Progresses Bills Under Urgency
Government Progresses Bills With House Under
The Courts and Criminal Matters Bill passed
its second reading by 110 votes to 8 with the Greens
The first reading debate of the Māori Purposes
Bill was interrupted when the House rose at 10pm.
resume tomorrow at 9am.
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