Amendments and requests — disagreements 2003

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Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Bill 2002 [No. 2]

The Senate made 71 amendments to the bill and negatived 1 Schedule and 1 clause. (The Schedule of amendments listed 4 ‘amendments to amendments’ separately, bringing to 77 the total number of amendments reported to the House.)

The House agreed to 68 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 9 amendments and made 3 replacement amendments (26 June 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments and agreed to the replacement amendments. 1 AG amendment was moved and negatived (26 June 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Broadcasting Services Amendment (Media Ownership) Bill 2002

The Senate made 48 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 42 amendments made by the Senate and disagreed to 6 amendments (26 June 2003).

The Senate insisted on its amendments. 8 Ind (Murphy) amendments were moved as an amendment to the motion and negatived (26 June 2003).

Bill laid aside by the House (27 June 2003 am).

Corporations Amendment (Repayment of Directors' Bonuses) Bill 2002

The Senate made 10 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (27 March 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (27 March 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Defence Legislation Amendment Bill 2003

The Senate made 4 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (3 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (4 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Family and Community Services Legislation Amendment (Australians Working Together and other 2001 Budget Measures) Bill 2002

The Senate agreed to 24 Government amendments to the bills, divided the bill by way of amendment and forwarded one of the resultant bills to the House for its consideration (15 November 2002).

The House requested that the Senate reconsider the bill as originally transmitted (3 December 2002).

The Senate did not insist on its division of the bill, agreed to the original bill with 55 Opposition amendments, 16 Australian Democrats amendments and 24 Government amendments previously agreed to. The bill was read a third time (12 December 2002).

The House agreed to 5 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 42 amendments and made amendments duplicating 48 amendments (13 December 2002 am).

The Senate insisted on 20 amendments, did not insist on 21 amendments and agreed to the duplicate amendments (13 December 2002 am).

The House insisted on disagreeing to the amendments (13 December 2002 am).

The Senate did not further insist on the disputed amendments, and made 5 further amendments to the bill (27 March 2003).

The House agreed to the further amendments made by the Senate (27 March 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (Extension of Time Limits) Bill 2003

The Senate made 7 amendments and requested that the House make 8 amendments to the bill.

The House did not make the amendments requested by the Senate (3 November 2003).

The Senate pressed its requests for amendments (25 November 2003).

The House reported the message (27 November 2003).

Inspector-General of Taxation Bill 2002

The Senate made 9 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (12 February 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments, and made 3 further amendments to the bill (27 March 2003).

The House agreed to the further amendments made by the Senate (27 March 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Legislative Instruments Bill 2003

The Senate made 21 amendments to the bill and negatived 1 clause.

The House agreed to 20 amendments made by the Senate, disagreed to 1 amendment, and made further amendments (3 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on the disputed amendment and agreed to the further amendments (4 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Sex Discrimination Amendment (Pregnancy and Work) Bill 2002

The Senate made 35 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (10 September 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (7 October 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Spam Bill 2003

The Senate made 9 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (1 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (2 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Spam (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2003

The Senate made 12 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (1 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (2 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education Assistance) Amendment Bill 2003

The Senate made 2 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (2 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (3 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Superannuation (Government Co-contribution for Low Income Earners) Bill 2003

The Senate made 16 amendments and requested that the House make 2 amendments to the bill. (The Schedule of amendments listed 2 amendments together, so the total number of amendments reported to the House was 15.)

The House made the 2 amendments requested by the Senate, agreed to 11 amendments made by the Senate and disagreed to 4 amendments (13 October 2003).

The Senate did not insist on the disputed amendments (27 October 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Superannuation (Government Co-contribution for Low Income Earners) (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2003

The Senate made 12 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 2 amendments made by the Senate and disagreed to 10 amendments (8 October 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (27 October 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Superannuation (Surcharge Rate Reduction) Amendment Bill 2003

The Senate made 32 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 31 amendments made by the Senate and disagreed to 1 amendment (8 October 2003).

The Senate did not insist on the disputed amendment. 1 AD amendment was moved as an amendment to the motion and negatived (27 October 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2003
(Previous title: Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 7) 2002)

The Senate made 1 amendment to the bill and negatived 1 Schedule.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (27 March 2003).

The Senate insisted on its amendments (17 June 2003).

The House agreed to the amendments insisted on by the Senate (24 June 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 5) 2003

The Senate made 1 amendment to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendment made by the Senate (3 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendment (4 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 7) 2003

The Senate made 2 amendments to the bill and negatived 72 items.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (14 October 2003).

The Senate reported the message (15 October 2003).

Terrorism Insurance Bill 2003
(Previous title: Terrorism Insurance Bill 2002)

The Senate made 2 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (4 June 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments (16 June 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Trade Practices Amendment (Personal Injuries and Death) Bill 2003

The Senate made 2 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (2 December 2003).

The Senate reported the message (3 December 2003).

Trade Practices Legislation Amendment Bill 2003

The Senate made 26 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (2 December 2003).

The Senate did not insist on its amendments and made a further amendment to the bill (5 December 2003).

The House agreed to the further amendment (5 December 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Workplace Relations Amendment (Fair Dismissal) Bill 2002 [No. 2]

The Senate made 5 amendments to the bill and negatived 3 items.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (5 March 2003).

The Senate insisted on its amendments (5 March 2003).

The House insisted on disagreeing to the amendments insisted on by the Senate (6 March 2003).

The Senate further insisted on its amendments (24 March 2003).

Bill laid aside by the House (25 March 2003).

Workplace Relations Amendment (Fair Termination) Bill 2002

The Senate made 5 amendments to the bill.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (13 August 2003).

The Senate insisted on 3 amendments and did not insist on 2 amendments—2 AD amendments were moved as an amendment to the motion and agreed to (15 September 2003).

The House agreed to the amendments insisted on by the Senate, and agreed to the further amendments (16 September 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Workplace Relations Amendment (Prohibition of Compulsory Union Fees) Bill 2002 [No. 2]

The Senate made 6 amendments to the bill.

The House agreed to 1 amendment and disagreed to 5 amendments made by the Senate (25 March 2003).

The Senate did not insist on the disputed amendments (26 March 2003).

Bill passed both Houses.

Workplace Relations Amendment (Transmission of Business) Bill 2002

The Senate made 6 amendments to the bill and negatived 3 items.

The House disagreed to the amendments made by the Senate (19 August 2003).

The Senate reported the message (20 August 2003).

 

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