State Elections (One Vote, One Value) Bill 2001 [2008]

Type
Private
Sponsor
 
Originating house
Senate 
Status
Not Proceeding 
Parliament no
42
Summary
Provides that the ‘one vote, one value’ principle must be observed as closely as possible in state and territory elections. 

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Senate
07 Aug 2001Introduced and read a first time
07 Aug 2001Second reading moved


13 Feb 2002Restored to Notice Paper
Senate
21 Aug 2003Second reading debate


17 Nov 2004Restored to Notice Paper
Senate
12 Feb 2008Lapsed at end of Parliament


14 Feb 2008Restored to Notice Paper
Senate
28 Sep 2010Lapsed at end of Parliament

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