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Urgency Motion Adopted 19 November 2002

Published: Wed 20 Nov 2002 02:03 PM
MESSAGE FROM THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
The following motion was adopted by the House yesterday:
URGENCY
LEADER OF THE HOUSE: I move, that urgency be accorded - the passing through their remaining stages of-
the Securities Markets and Institutions Bill;
the Construction Contracts Bill;
the Trustee Companies Amendment Bill;
the Trade Marks Bill;
the Motor Vehicle Sales Bill; and
the Government Communications Security Bureau Bill,
and of any bills into which those bills may be divided;
the interrupted debate on the first reading of the Health (Screening Programmes) Amendment Bill;
and the first readings of the Consumer Credit Bill and the Telecommunications (Interception Capability) Bill.
D G McGee Clerk of the House of Representatives

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