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Thursday, 17 August 1972
Page: 155

Senator CAVANAGH (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I desire to ask a question of the Minister representing the Minister for Labour and National Service. I ask: When is it proposed, as was promised by the Attorney-General in the debate on the last amendment to the Conciliation and Arbitration Act, to introduce amendments to that Act to overcome the difficulties now being encountered as a result of a court decision in the case known as Moore versus Doyle?

Senator WRIGHT - The case referred to by the honourable senator has raised very complicated issues. I am not aware of the stage to which its consideration has been advanced since the statement of the AttorneyGeneral that was referred to by the honourable senator, but an early opportunity will be taken by either the AttorneyGeneral or myself to give the honourable senator any further information that is available.

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