Time spent on consideration of legislation

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Budget 2004—11 May to 13 May 2004

Click on the Information Icon symbol to see details of the time spent on bills that were debated in the Senate for more than five hours.

 

Australian Federal Police and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2003 [2004]

1 hr 05 mins

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment Bill 2004

34 mins

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment Bill 2004;
Surveillance Devices Bill 2004;
Workplace Relations Amendment (Award Simplification) Bill 2002
(introduced together then listed separately)

01 min

Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (More Help for FamiliesOne-off Payments) Bill 2004;
Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (More Help for FamiliesIncreased Payments) Bill 2004

1 hr 58 mins

Law and Justice Legislation Amendment Bill 2004

05 mins

Parliamentary Superannuation Bill 2004;
Parliamentary Superannuation and Other Entitlements Legislation Amendment Bill 2004

01 min

Postal Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2003

1 hr 43 mins

Sex Discrimination Amendment (Teaching Profession) Bill 2004

2 hrs 36 mins

Trade Practices Amendment (Personal Injuries and Death) Bill (No. 2) 2004

1 hr 45 mins

Veterans' Entitlements (Clarke Review) Bill 2004;
Bankruptcy (Estate Charges) Amendment Bill 2004;
Health Legislation Amendment (Podiatric Surgery and Other Matters) Bill 2004;
Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment (Name Change) Bill 2004
(introduced together then listed separately)

02 mins

Veterans' Entitlements Amendment (Electronic Delivery) Bill 2004

20 mins

 

Total time spent on legislation

Percentage of business time spent on legislation

10 hrs 10 mins

41.7%

 


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