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Urgency Motion

Urgency Motion

Following Question Time, the Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee moved an Urgency motion which passed by 68 votes to 52 with National, ACT, Maori Party and United supporting.

The motion covered:

The first reading of the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service Amendment Bill.

The third reading of the Ngāti Apa (North Island) Claims Settlement Bill.

The first readings of the:

Weathertight Homes Resolution Services (Financial Assistance Package) Amendment Bill;

Building Amendment Bill (No 3); and

Telecommunications (TSO, Broadband and Other Matters) Amendment Bill.

The committee stage and remaining stages of the Taxation (GST and Remedial Matters) Bill.

The first readings of the Biosecurity Law Reform Bill and Smoke-free Environments (Controls and Enforcement) Amendment Bill.

The second readings of the Customs and Excise (Joint Border Management Information Sharing and Other Matters) Amendment Bill and State Sector Management Bill.

The committee stages of the Education Amendment Bill (No 2) and the New Zealand Productivity Commission Bill.

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