Biosecurity Reform Bill Passes

by Desk Editor on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 — 8:58 PM

The Biosecurity Law Reform Bill passed into law this evening in Parliament.

The bill completed its third reading by 95 to 26 with Greens, NZ First, Maori Party and Mana opposed.

MPs began the third reading of the Sentencing (Aggravating Factors) Amendment Bill and the House approved the bill by 117 to 4 with the Maori Party and Mana opposing.

The House rose at 10pm interrupting the third reading of the Juries (Jury Service and Protection of Particulars of Jury List Information) Amendment Bill.

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