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Parliament's Order Paper

Today's order paper for government orders of the day contains the following...this is the final sitting week of this session.

1. Penal Institutions Amendment Bill (No. 2), 316-2
Hon. Clem Simich, Committee stage

2. Courts Security Bill, 301-2
Hon. Georgina te Heuheu, Committee stage

3. Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Trans-Tasman Transfer of Protection Orders and Proceedings) Amendment Bill, 298-2
Hon. Roger Sowry, Committee stage

4. Medicines Amendment Bill, 243-2
Rt Hon. Wyatt Creech, Committee stage

5. Health Occupational Registration Acts Amendment Bill, 99-2
Rt Hon Wyatt Creech, Committee stage

6. Animal Welfare Bill (No. 2), 209-2
Hon. John Luxton, Committee stage

7. Intellectual Property Right Acts Amendment Bill, 104-2
Hon. Max Bradford, Consideration of report (Commerce)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 26 August 1998)

8. Local Government Amendment Bill (No. 9), 69-3
Hon. Maurice Williamson, Committee stage,
(Formerly part of the Local Government Law Reform Bill)

9. Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Bill, 226-2
Rt Hon. Wyatt Creech, Consideration of report (Health)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 20 July 1999)

10. Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Bill, 244-2
Hon. Nick Smith, Committee stage,
(Report presented 16 July 1999)

11. Personal Property Securities Bill, 251-2
Hon. Max Bradford, Consideration of report (Commerce)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 26 July 1999)

12. Business Law Reform Bill, 319-1
Hon. Max Bradford, Second reading
12 x 10 m speeches,
(First reading 27 July 1999)

13. Crimes Amendment Bill (No. 6), 322-1
Hon. Tony Ryall, Second reading
12 x 10 m speeches,
(First reading 7 September 1999)

14. Bail Bill, 300-2
Hon. Tony Ryall, Interrupted debate on consideration of report (Justice and Law Reform)
7 x 10 m speeches remaining,
(Report presented 23 August 1999; debate interrupted 31 August 1999)

15. Broadcasting Amendment Bill (No. 2), 177-2
Hon. Maurice Williamson, Committee stage

16. Electoral Amendment Bill, 222-2
Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Electoral Law)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 6 May 1999)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

17. Broadcasting (Election Broadcasting) Amendment Bill, 225-2
Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Electoral Law)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 6 May 1999)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

18. Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Amendment Bill (No. 2), 287-1
Hon. Roger Sowry, Consideration of report (Social Services)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 16 July 1999)

19. Gaming Law Reform Bill, 250-2
Hon. Jack Elder, Consideration of report (Internal Affairs and Local Government)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 16 June 1999)

20. Commerce (Controlled Goods or Services) Amendment Bill, 295-2
Hon. Max Bradford, Consideration of report (Commerce)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 12 July 1999)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

21. Constitution Amendment Bill, 274-2
Rt Hon. Sir Douglas Graham, Consideration of report (Government Administration)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 29 July 1999)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

22. Taonga Maori Protection Bill, 166-1
Hon. Tau Henare, Committee stage

23. Human Rights Amendment Bill, 181-1
Hon. Tony Ryall, Second reading
12 x 10 m speeches,
(First reading 19 August 1998)

24. Food Amendment Bill, 260-2
Hon. John Luxton, Consideration of report (Government Administration)†
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 4 June 1999)
(† Bill contains majority amendments)

25. Resource Management (Marine Farming and Heritage Provisions) Amendment Bill, 141-2b
Hon. Simon Upton, Consideration of report (Transport and Environment)*
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 30 April 1999)
(* Bill has not yet been read a second time)

26. Radiocommunications Amendment Bill, 98-2
Hon. Maurice Williamson, Consideration of report (Commerce)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 27 August 1998)

27. Juries Amendment Bill, 94-2
Hon Georgina te Heuheu, Committee stage

28. Protected Disclosures Bill, 208-2
Hon. Simon Upton, Committee stage

29. Social Security (Conjugal Status) Amendment Bill, 53-1
Hon. Roger Sowry, Consideration of report (Social Services)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 7 May 1998)

30. Social Security (Residential Care) Amendment Bill, 124-1
Hon. Roger Sowry, Consideration of report (Social Services)
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 17 November 1998)

31. Summary Proceedings Amendment Bill (No. 2), 89-2a
Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Justice and Law Reform)*
12 x 10 m speeches,
(Report presented 23 March 1998; formerly part of the Courts and Criminal Procedure (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill)
(* Bill has not yet been read a second time)

32. New Zealand Courts Structure Bill, 191-1
Hon Georgina te Heuheu, Second reading
12 x 10 m speeches,
(First reading 18 July 1996)

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