Last updated: 19 May 2017

Bills introduced into Parliament - 2017

Aboriginal Relics (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2017 11 of 2017
Aboriginal Relics Amendment Bill 2017 10 of 2017
Children, Young Persons and Their Families Amendment Amendment Bill 2017 24 of 2017
Consolidated Fund Appropriation (Supplementary Appropriation for 2016-17) Bill 2017 13 of 2017
Court Security Bill 2017 9 of 2017
Criminal Code Amendment (Sexual Assault) Bill 2017 22 of 2017
Cultural and Creative Industries Bill 2017 21 of 2017
Electricity Supply Industry Amendment (Pricing) Bill 2017 26 of 2017
Expungement of Historical Offences 17 of 2017
Financial Management (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2017 1 of 2017
Forestry (Unlocking Production Forests) Bill 2017 6 of 2017
Government House Land Amendment Bill 4 of 2017
Integrity Commission Amendment Bill 2017 28 of 2017
Legislative Council Electoral Boundaries Amendment Bill (No.2) 2017 19 of 2017
Legislative Council Electoral Boundaries Amendment Bill 2017 3 of 2017
Living Marine Resources Amendment Bill 2017 14 of 2017
Local Government Amendment (Rates) Bill 2017 7 of 2017
Neighbourhood Disputes About Plants Bill 2017 8 of 2017
Poisons (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2017 15 of 2017
Police Powers and Related Legislation (Evasion) Bill 2017 20 of 2017
Removal of Fortifications Bill 2017 16 of 2017
Sentencing Amendment (Mandatory Sentencing for Serious Sexual Offences Against Children) Bill 2017 27 of 2017
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Bill 2017 18 of 2017
Taxation and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2017 12 of 2017
Vehicle and Traffic Amendment (Offensive Advertising) Bill 2017 2 of 2017
Vehicle and Traffic Amendment (Probationary Licences) Bill 2017 5 of 2017
 
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