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16–19 October 2017

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Bills initiated in the House

The following Bills were initiated:

New inquiries of House Committees

No new inquiries were announced.

Reports of House Committees

The following new Committee reports were tabled:

Economics Committee

Petitions Committee

Public Works Committee

Publications Committee

  • Report – tabled 19 October 2017

Selection Committee

 

SENATE

Bills initiated in the Senate

The following Bills were initiated:

New inquiries of Senate Committees

The following new inquiries were announced:

Community Affairs Legislation Committee

Economics Legislation Committee

Education and Employment Legislation Committee

Environment and Communications Reference Committee

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee

Reports of Senate Committees

The following new Committee reports were tabled:

Appropriations, Staffing and Security Committee

Economics Legislation Committee

Environment and Communications Legislation Committee

Environment and Communications Reference Committee

Finance and Public Administration References Committee

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee

Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee

Privileges Committee

Red Tape Committee

Regulations and Ordinances Committee

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee

Selection of Bills Committee

Scrutiny of Bills Committee

 

JOINT COMMITTEES

The following new inquiries were announced:

Treaties Committee

Electoral Matters Committee

Law Enforcement Committee

 

Reports of Joint Committees

The following new Committee reports were tabled:

Intelligence and Security Committee

National Broadband Network Committee

Treaties Committee

Human Rights Committee

 

LAWS PASSED

The following Bills have now passed both Houses and are awaiting assent by the Governor-General:

The following bills have received assent by the Governor-General:

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