Gambling Bill Interrupted

by Desk Editor on Thursday, February 19, 2015 — 6:01 PM

The House rose at 6pm with MPs debating the third reading of the Gambling Amendment Bill (No 2).

Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne said after seven years the bill was finally getting close to passing into law. However it will have to wait at least until next week as the House rose at 6pm interrupting the third reading with four speeches remaining.

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