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SELECTION OF BILLS—STANDING COMMITTEE—REPORT NO. 9 OF 2010

The Chair of the Selection of Bills Committee (Senator O'Brien) tabled the following report:

SELECTION OF BILLS COMMITTEE

REPORT NO. 9 OF 2010

 1. The committee met in private session on Tuesday, 22 June 2010 at 4.48 pm.

 2. The committee resolved to recommend—That—

  (a) the Banking Amendment (Delivering Essential Financial Services for the Community) Bill 2010 be referred immediately to the Economics Legislation Committee for inquiry and report by 2 September 2010 ;

  (b) the provisions of the Civil Dispute Resolution Bill 2010 be referred immediately to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee for inquiry and report by 30 July 2010; and

  (c) the provisions of the Corporations Amendment (Sons of Gwalia) Bill 2010 be referred immediately to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee for inquiry and report by 24 August 2010.

 3. The committee resolved to recommend—That the following bills not be referred to committees:

   Health Insurance Amendment (Professional Services Review) Bill 2010

   International Monetary Agreements Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2010

   Radiocommunications Amendment Bill 2010

   Service and Execution of Process Amendment (Interstate Fine Enforcement) Bill 2010

   Tradex Scheme Amendment Bill 2010

   Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Amendment Bill 2010.

 The committee recommends accordingly.

 4. The committee consideredthe Preventing the Misuse of Government Advertising Bill 2010 and noted that the Senate had agreed to refer the provisions of the bill to the Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee for inquiry and report.

 5. The committee deferred consideration of the Commonwealth Commissioner for Children and Young People Bill 2010 to its next meeting.

 Kerry O'Brien

 Chair

 23 June 2010.

Senator O'Brien moved—That the report be adopted.

Question put and passed.