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Notice given 23 September 2002

*1  Acting Leader of the Australian Democrats (Senator Greig): To move—That the Therapeutic Goods (Charges) Amendment Regulations 2002 (No. 1), as contained in Statutory Rules 2002 No. 144 and made under the Therapeutic Goods (Charges) Act 1989 , be disallowed.

Fifteen sitting days remain for resolving.**

**  Indicates sitting days remaining, including today, within which the motion must be disposed of or the Regulations will be deemed to have been disallowed .

Business of the Senate—Orders of the Day

Community Affairs Legislation Committee

Report to be presented on the provisions of the Research Involving Embryos and Prohibition of Human Cloning Bill 2002. ( Referred pursuant to Selection of Bills Committee report .)

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee

Report to be presented on the provisions of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2002. ( Referred pursuant to Selection of Bills Committee report .)

Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee

Report to be presented on statutory powers and functions of the Australian Law Reform Commission.

Government Business—Order of the Day

Prohibition of Human Cloning Bill 2002— ( Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Alston )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Buckland, 18 September 2002 ).

On the last sitting day in October 2002 (24 October 2002)

Business of the Senate—Order of the Day

Employment, Workplace Relations and Education References Committee

Report to be presented on the education of students with disabilities.

On 31 October 2002

Business of the Senate—Order of the Day

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee

Report to be presented on the Australian meat industry and export quotas.

On 12 November 2002

General Business—Notice of Motion