Amendments and requests — disagreements 2008

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Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (Digital Television Switch-over) Bill 2008—Senate bill

The House of Representatives made 7 amendments to the bill.

The Senate agreed to 2 amendments and disagreed to 5 amendments made by the House—1 Opposition consequential amendment agreed to (5 December 2008 am).

The House did not insist on its amendments and agreed to the consequential amendment made by the Senate (5 December 2008 am).

Bill passed both Houses.

Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs and Other Legislation Amendment (2008 Budget and Other Measures) Bill 2008

The Senate made 7 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 5 amendments and disagreed to 2 amendments made by the Senate (25 June 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (26 June 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

Infrastructure Australia Bill 2008

The Senate made 6 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (19 March 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (20 March 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

Nation-building Funds Bill 2008

The Senate made 76 amendments to the bill and negatived 2 clauses.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (4 December 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (5 December 2008 am).

Bill passed both Houses.

Nation-building Funds (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2008

The Senate made 1 amendment to the bill and negatived 6 items.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (4 December 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (5 December 2008 am).

Bill passed both Houses.

Safe Work Australia Bill 2008

The Senate made 12 amendments to the bill and negatived 13 subclauses and 1 Division.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (20 October 2008).

The Senate insisted on its amendments (10 November 2008).

The House insisted on disagreeing to the amendments (11 November 2008).

The Senate further insisted on its amendments (4 December 2008).

Bill laid aisde by the House (4 December 2008).

Same-Sex Relationships (Equal Treatment in Commonwealth Laws—Superannuation) Bill 2008

The Senate made 4 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 3 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 1 amendment and made 4 amendments in place of that amendment (25 November 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendment and agreed to the replacement amendments made by the House (26 November 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

Schools Assistance Bill 2008

The Senate made 8 amendments to the bill and negatived 1 clause.

The House agreed to 8 amendments made by the Senate and disagreed to 1 amendment (3 December 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendment—1 Family First amendment was moved and negatived (4 December 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

Trade Practices Legislation Amendment Bill 2008

The Senate made 7 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 5 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 2 amendments and made 6 further amendments (16 October 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments and agreed to the further amendments made by the House (10 November 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

Water Amendment Bill 2008

The Senate made 16 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 3 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 12 amendments and made an amendment to 1 amendment (1 December 2008).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments and agreed to the amendment made by the House to the Senate’s amendment (2 December 2008).

The motion that the report from the committee be adopted was amended (1 Opp amendment as amended by 1 AG amendment and 1 Xenophon amendment) and the debate was adjourned (2 December 2008).

Motion that the report from the committee be adopted agreed to (4 December 2008).

Bill passed both Houses.

 

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