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Wednesday, 10 May 1972
Page: 1507

Senator Sir KENNETH ANDERSON (New South Wales) (Minister for Health) (3.28) - I should like the debate on the motion to be adjourned because I do not know, in an ad hoc situation, where the motion will take us. I would agree to its being brought on again, perhaps tomorrow. I certainly would need time to reflect upon it because, I think all would agree, it opens a wide spectrum of possibilities in relation to all petitions. I think all honourable senators would want to look at the position to see where the implications of such a proposal would lake us.

The PRESIDENT - In view of the remarks of the Leader of the Government in the Senate, perhaps Senator Murphy will not press his proposal.

Senator Murphy - If the course suggested by the Leader of the Government in the Senate is the best course to follow to enable us to consider the matter further, 1 will withdraw my motion.

Motion - by leave - withdrawn.

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