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Thursday, 20 March 1980
Page: 920


Senator PETER BAUME (New South Wales) -Mr President,Standing Order 226 states:

In any case when a Bill is returned to the House of Representatives with any of the Amendments made by the House of Representatives disagreed to, the Message containing such Bill shall also contain reasons for the Senate not agreeing to the Amendments proposed by the House of Representatives; and such reasons shall be drawn up by a Committee of three Senators to be appointed for that purpose . . .

In accordance with Standing Order 226I move:

That Senator the Rt Hon. R. G. Withers, Senator D. J. Grimes and Senator A. J. Missen be appointed a committee to draw up reasons for the Senate disagreeing to the amendments made by the House of Representatives in the Human Rights Commission Bill 1979.







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