Arms Legislation Bill reported back to the House
The Finance and Expenditure Committee has reported the
Arms Legislation Bill and Supplementary Order Paper 408 back
to the House.
By majority, the committee recommends
that the House pass the bill, with a number of recommended
changes. To find out more you can read the committee’s report on the
We received 4,212 written
submissions, and heard 41 hours of oral submissions.
Meetings were held at Parliament House, as well as at venues
in Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch and Dunedin.
Deborah Russell, Chairperson of the Finance and Expenditure
Committee, says: “We would like to thank all those that
have shown an interest in the passage of this bill,
especially those who have taken the time to make a
submission to the committee”.
You can follow the bill’s progress through
the House on the Parliament website.
details about the bill:
• Read the full content of the bill
Get more details about the bill
What’s been said in Parliament about the
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