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Thursday, 29 April 1971


Senator TURNBULL (TASMANIA) - by leave - Following on Senator Murphy's remarks, if the Senate does not want to debate a certain matter it can do exactly what I propose to do with this item. I propose to move that it be postponed until another day.

Motion (by Senator Turnbull) agreed to:

That General Business, Order of the Day No. 2, be postponed until the next day of sitting.

Senator Sir KENNETHANDERSON (New South Wales - Minister for Supply) - The third item under Orders of the Day relates to Commonwealth and State Revenue. Senator Little proposed a motion in relation to this matter and Senator Cotton is in continuation. The matter stands adjourned, and I think that it should remain as such because we are not ready to proceed with it.

Motion (by Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson) agreed to:

That General Business, Order of the Day No. 3, be postponed.

Motion (by Senator Murphy) agreed to:

That General Business, Order of the Day No. 4, be postponed.

Senator Sir KENNETHANDERSON (New South Wales - Minister for Supply) - The next item under Orders of the Day is No. 5, Medical and Hospital Costs - Select Committee. The debate in relation to this matter was adjourned on 2nd June 1970, and Senator Douglas McClelland is to continue his remarks. Perhaps he may wish to respond.It is a very long-standing matter, but perhaps the senator may wish to make some comments.







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