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Crime And Punishment

Published: Tue 10 May 2011 10:01 PM
Crime And Punishment
The Crimes Amendment Bill (No 2) first stage reading was completed and it was sent to the Social Services Committee for consideration by 112 to 10 with the Green Party and Chris Carter opposed.
The House rose at 10pm interrupting the first reading debate of the Arms (Military Style Semi-Automatic Firearms and Import Controls) Amendment Bill.
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