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As at cob 19 April 2016

 

 

 

 

44 th PARLIAMENT - 2 nd SESSION - 2016

 

BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Bills introduced in 2013 — 47 (Including 2 received from the Senate)

Bills introduced in 2014 — 222 (Including 4 received from the Senate)

Bills introduced in 2015 — 208 (Including 12 received from the Senate)

Bills introduced in 2016 (1 st Session) — 49 (Including 1 received from the Senate)

 

Bills introduced or continuing in 2016 (2 nd Session) — 8 (Including 0 received from the Senate)

 

 

 

Short Title

Intro House

Passed House

Intro Senate

Passed Senate

Assent Date

Act No.

Building and Construction Industry (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) 2013 [No. 2] DD , N

2/2

4/2 1

4/2 2

negatived18/4

   

Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) 2013 [No. 2] DD, N

2/2

4/2 3

4/2 4

negatived18/4

   

Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment 2014 [No. 3] DD

18/4

         

Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility 2016 N

17/3 5

19/4 6

19/4

     

Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (Consequential Amendments) 2016 N

17/3

19/4 7

19/4

     

Road Safety Remuneration Amendment (Protecting Owner Drivers) 2016

18/4

         

Road Safety Remuneration Repeal 2016

18/4

18/4

18/4

18/4

19/4

35

Statute Law Revision (No. 3) 2016 Z

18/4

         

 

BILLS INITIATED IN THE SENATE

 

Bills initiated in 2016 (1 st Session) — 6

Bills initiated or continuing in 2016 (2 nd Session) — 59

 

 

 

Short Title

Intro Senate

Passed Senate

Intro House

Passed House

Assent Date

Act No.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Amendment (A Stronger Land Account) 2014 S, N

24/6 8

         

Anti-Money Laundering Amendment (Gaming Machine Venues) 2012 [2013] S, N

10/12

         

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Amendment (Local Content) 2014 S, N

27/11 9

         

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Amendment (Rural and Regional Advocacy) 2015 S, N

1/12 10

         

Australian Centre for Social Cohesion 2015 S, N

9/2

         

Australian Government Boards (Gender Balanced Representation) 2015 S, N

24/6 11

         

Automotive Transformation Scheme Amendment (Securing the Automotive Component Industry) 2015 S, N

10/11

         

Charter of Budget Honesty Amendment (Intergenerational Report) 2015 S, N

17/3

         

Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Donations Reform) 2014 S, N

4/12

         

Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Political Donations and Other Measures) 2016 S, N

2/3 12

         

Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Reducing Barriers for Minor Parties) 2014 S, N

4/3

         

Commonwealth Grants Commission Amendment (GST Distribution) 2015 S, N

13/10 13

         

Competition and Consumer Amendment (Australian Country of Origin Food Labelling) 2015 S, N

12/2

         

Competition and Consumer Amendment (Misuse of Market Power) 2014 S, N

6/3 14

         

Corporations Amendment (Publish What You Pay) 2014 S, N

28/10

         

Criminal Code Amendment (Animal Protection) 2015 S, N

11/2 15

         

Criminal Code Amendment (Misrepresentation of Age to a Minor) 2013 S, N

12/12 16

         

Defence Legislation Amendment (Parliamentary Approval of Overseas Service) 2015 S, N

4/3

         

End Cruel Cosmetics 2014 S, N

18/3

         

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Alpine Grazing) 2014 S, N

13/5

         

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Prohibition of Live Imports of Primates for Research) 2015 S, N

17/9 17

         

Fair Work Amendment (Gender Pay Gap) 2015 S, N

17/9 18

         

Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Australian Workers) 2016 S, N

15/3 19

         

Foreign Acquisitions Amendment (Agricultural Land) 2010 [2013] S, N

10/12

         

Freedom of Information Amendment (Requests and Reasons) 2015 S, N

13/5

         

Great Barrier Reef Legislation Amendment 2014 S, N

13/2

         

Guardian for Unaccompanied Children 2014 S, N

16/7 20

         

Interactive Gambling Amendment (Sports Betting Reform) 2015 S, N

24/11 21

         

Interactive Gambling and Broadcasting Amendment (Online Transactions and Other Measures) 2011 [2013] S, N

10/12

         

International Aid (Promoting Gender Equality) 2015 S, N

5/3 22 , 23

         

Landholders’ Right to Refuse (Gas and Coal) 2015 S, N

4/3 24

         

Live Animal Export (Slaughter) Prohibition 2014 S, N

27/3

         

Marriage Equality Amendment 2013 S, N

12/12

         

Migration Amendment (Free the Children) 2016 S, N

2/3

         

Migration Amendment (Humanitarian Visa Intake) 2014 S, N

25/9

         

Migration Amendment (Protecting Babies Born in Australia) 2014 S, N

18/6 25

         

Migration Amendment (Visa Maximum Numbers Determinations) 2013 S, N

9/12

         

Mining Subsidies Legislation Amendment (Raising Revenue) 2014 S, N

27/8

         

Motor Vehicle Standards (Cheaper Transport) 2014 S, N

10/7 26

         

National Integrity Commission 2013 S, N

13/11

         

Native Title Amendment (Reform) 2014 S, N

4/3

         

Parliamentary Expenses Amendment (Transparency and Accountability) 2015 S, N

13/8 27

         

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security Amendment 2015 S, N

10/8

         

Parliamentary Proceedings Broadcasting Amendment 2013 S, N

13/11 28

         

Poker Machine Harm Reduction ($1 Bets and Other Measures)  2012 [2013] S, N

3/12

         

Privacy Amendment (Privacy Alerts) 2014 S, N

20/3

         

Private Health Insurance Amendment (GP Services) 2014 S, N

27/3 29

         

Public Service Amendment (Payments in Special Circumstances) 2011 [2013] S, N

10/12

         

Recognition of Foreign Marriages 2014 S, N

15/5 30

         

Reserve Bank Amendment (Australian Reconstruction and Development Board) 2013 S, N

5/12 31

         

Restoring Territory Rights (Dying with Dignity) 2016 S, N

1/3

         

Save Our Sharks 2014 S, N

25/6

         

Social Security Amendment (Caring for People on Newstart) 2014 S, N

6/3

         

Social Security Amendment (Diabetes Support) 2016 S, N

3/3

         

Social Security and Other Legislation Amendment (Caring for Single Parents) 2014 S, N

17/11

         

Stop Dumping on the Great Barrier Reef 2014 S, N

4/9

         

Trade and Foreign Investment (Protecting the Public Interest) 2014 S, N

5/3 32

         

Veterans’ Entitlements Amendment (Expanded Gold Card Access) 2015 S, N

11/11

         

Voice for Animals (Independent Office of Animal Welfare) 2015 S, N

23/6 33

         

A   Amended in Senate

B   Referred to Federation Chamber

(formerly Main Committee)

D   Discharged from Notice Paper

DD   Potential double dissolution trigger

H   Amended in House

M   After midnight

N   Restored to Notice Paper

P   Private Member’s Bill

R   Amendment/s requested by Senate

S   Private Senator’s Bill

U   Declared urgent

X   Removed from Notice Paper in accordance with Standing Order 42

Z   Privilege or “Formal” Bill 34



1   Referred to Senate Education and Employment Committee 4/2/16; report due 15/3/16; tabled 11/3/16.



2   In response to a request from the House, the Senate agreed to resume consideration of the bill 18/4/16.



3    Referred to Senate Education and Employment Committee 4/2/16; report due 15/3/16; tabled 11/3/16.



4    In response to a request from the House, the Senate agreed to resume consideration of the bill 18/4/16.



5    Referred to Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia 17/3/16; presented 14/4/16.



6   Bill resumed at point of interruption 19/4/16.



7    Bill resumed at point of interruption 19/4/16.



8 Referred to Senate Community Affairs Committee 26/6/14; report due 2/9/14; extension to report to 29/10/14; extension to report to 3/12/14; extension to report to 4/3/15; extension to report to 25/3/15; tabled 25/3/15.



9 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 4/12/14; report due 25/3/15; extension to report to 27/3/15; tabled 27/3/15.



10   Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 3/12/15; report due 20/6/16;



11   Referred to Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee 25/6/15; report due 8/9/15; extension to report to 10/11/15; tabled 10/11/15.



12   Referred to Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee 3/3/16; report due 17/6/16;



13   Referred to Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee 12/11/15; report due 16/3/16; report tabled 17/3/16.



14   Referred to Senate Economics Committee 20/3/14; report due 24/6/14; extension to report to 28/8/14; extension to report to 4/12/14; extension to report to 26/2/15; tabled 26/2/15.



15   Referred to Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Committee 12/2/15; report due 13/5/15; extension to report to 29/5/15; interim report 29/5/15; tabled 12/6/15.



16 Referred to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee 12/12/13; report due 19/2/14; extension to report to 27/3/14; extension to report to 29/5/14; interim report 27/5/14; extension to report to 4/12/14; extension to report to 12/2/15; extension to report to 24/6/15; extension to report to 13/8/15; tabled 13/8/15.



17 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 15/10/15; report due 1/3/16; extension to report to 15/3/16; tabled 15/3/16.



18 Referred to Senate Education and Employment Committee 15/10/15; report due 12/5/16;



19 Referred to Senate Education and Employment Committee 17/3/16; report due 10/5/16;



20 Referred to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee 28/8/14; report due 5/2/15; interim report tabled 9/2/15; extension to report to 9/2/15; tabled 9/2/15.



21 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 26/11/15; report due 12/5/16;



22 Referred to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee 26/3/15; report due 17/6/15; tabled 2/4/15.



23 Referred to Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee 12/5/15; report due 15/6/15; extension to report to 17/9/15; tabled 17/9/15.



24 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 5/3/15; report due 7/8/15; extension to report to 31/8/15; extension to report to 30/9/15; tabled 30/9/15.



25 Referred to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee 19/6/14; report due 28/10/14; extension to report to 10/2/2015; tabled 10/2/15.



26 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 20/8/15; report due 28/10/15; interim report 23/10/15; extension to report to 25/11/15; tabled 25/11/15.



27 Referred to Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee 20/8/15; report due last sitting day in first sitting week of February 2016; tabled 26/11/15.



28 Referred to Senate Environment and Communications Committee 14/11/13; report due first sitting Wednesday in February 2014; tabled 12/2/14.



29 Referred to Senate Community Affairs Committee 17/6/14; report due 4/9/14; tabled 4/9/14.



30 Referred to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee 15/5/14; report due 3/9/14; extension to report to 25/9/14; tabled 25/9/14.



31 Referred to Senate Economics Committee 12/12/13; report due 26/3/14; extension to report to 25/6/13; extension to report to 28/8/14; extension to report to 4/12/14; extension to report to 31/3/15; tabled 31/3/15.



32 Referred to Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee 6/3/14; report due 16/6/14; extension to report to 27/8/14; tabled 27/8/14.



33 Referred to Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Committee 25/6/15; report due 15/9/15; extension to report to 15/10/15; tabled 15/10/15.



34 See House of Representatives Practice page 220 for further information.