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PETITIONS

The following 9 petitions, lodged with the Clerk by the Senators

indicated, were received:

Senators Crowley and Herron, from 79 and 432 petitioners,

respectively, requesting that the Senate call on the Minister for

Human Services and Health to withdraw her endorsement of the sex guide

published in the December 1994 issue of Cleo magazine.

Senator Bell, from 23 petitioners requesting that the Senate introduce

legislation requiring the National Registration Authority to provide

all available information on registered chemicals.

Senator Bell, from 58 petitioners requesting that the Senate take

action to phase out aerial spraying in accordance with the

recommendations of the Senate Select Committee on Agricultural and

Veterinary Chemicals.

Senator Brownhill, from 136 petitioners opposing any changes to the

Australian flag, supporting the constitutional monarchy and opposing

any moves to turn Australia into a republic.

Senators Campbell and Herron, from 278 and 2 839 petitioners,

respectively, requesting that the Senate call on the Federal

Government to provide resources for health education programs that

address the real needs of young Australians and promote sound medical

advice.

Senator Lees, from 200 petitioners requesting that the Senate reject

the Health Legislation (Private Health Insurance Reform) Amendment

Bill 1994.

Senator Herron, from 7 826 petitioners requesting a Senate inquiry

into the Government's spending of more than $250 000 on the sex guide

published in the December 1994 issue of Cleo magazine.