The ballot for private member’s bills

The Office of the Clerk is doing a ballot at midday to randomly select two private member’s bills from 24 put forward. The list is:

1.

Boscawen

John

Crimes (Reasonable Parental Control and Correction) Amendment Bill

2.

Bradford

Sue

Citizens Initiated Referenda (Wording of Questions) Amendment Bill

3.

Chauvel

Charles

Credit Reforms (Responsible Lending) Bill

4.

Delahunty

Catherine

Customs and Excise (Sustainable Forestry) Amendment Bill

5.

Douglas

Hon Sir Roger

Education (Freedom of Association) Amendment Bill

6.

Fenton

Darien

Employment Relations (Statutory Minimum Redundancy Entitlements) Amendment Bill

7.

Fitzsimons

Jeanette

Sustainable Biofuel Bill

8.

Flavell

Te Ururoa

Education (Kōhanga Reo, Kura Kaupapa Māori, and Early Childhood Standards) Amendment Bill

9.

Garrett

David

Crimes (Self-Defence) Amendment Bill

10.

Gilmore

Aaron

Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance (Break Fees Disclosure) Amendment Bill

11.

Graham

Dr Kennedy

International Non-Aggression and the Lawful Use of Force Bill

12.

Hague

Kevin

Climate Change (Government Vehicle Procurement) Bill

13.

Katene

Rahui

Te Rā o Mātāriki Bill/Mātāriki Day Bill

14.

Kedgley

Sue

Customs and Excise (Cruelty to Animals) Amendment Bill

15.

Lees-Galloway

Iain

Smoke-free Environments (Removing Tobacco Displays) Amendment Bill

16.

Locke

Keith

Head of State Referenda Bill

17.

McClay

Todd

Shop Trading Hours Act Repeal (Easter Sunday Local Choice) Amendment Bill

18.

Moroney

Sue

Parental Leave and Employment Protection (Six Months Paid Leave) Amendment

19.

Norman

Dr Russel

Local Electoral Amendment Bill

20.

Parker

Hon David

Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation and Compensation (Change of Date for Full Funding) Amendment Bill

21.

Ririnui

Hon Mita

Electoral (Entrenchment of Māori Representation) Amendment Bill

22.

Street

Hon Maryan

Customs and Excise (Prohibition of Imports Made by Slave Labour) Amendment Bill

23.

Turei

Metiria

Marine Animals Protection Law Reform Bill

24.

Twyford

Phil

Local Government (Protection of Auckland Assets) Amendment Bill

Only two National MPs have bills in the ballot. All three ACT backbenchers have a bill, as do all nine Green MPs. Maori Party has two, and Labour has eight.

Pardon the formatting – it is a cut and paste.

UPDATE: The luck of the Greens continues. Both draws picked a Green bill – Jeanette Fitzsimons’ Sustainable Biofuel Bill and Catherine Delahunty’s Customs and Excise (Sustainable Forestry) Amendment Bil.e

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