Tuesday 17 May 2022
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The President took the Chair, prayers read.
The President acknowledged the Gadigal clan of the Eora nation.
Ms Sue Higginson took the pledge of loyalty and signed the roll of the House.
The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly forwarding the RSL NSW Amendment Bill 2022 for concurrence.
The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly agreeing to the Council's amendments in the Mining and Petroleum Legislation Amendment Bill 2022.
Mr Barrett tabled report entitled "Legislation Review Digest No. 43/57", dated 17 May 2022.
The Chair (Mr Farlow) tabled Report No. 59 of the Selection of Bills Committee, dated 17 May 2022.
The Clerk announced receipt of the following returns to order received since the last sitting of the House:
Business of the House notices of motions nos 1 & 2: Motion of Ms Boyd
Business of the House notice of motion no. 3: Motion of Mr Tudehope
The President informed the House of the publication in today's Hansard of a written answer to a supplementary question lodged with the Clerk since the last sitting of the House.
Government business notice of motion no. 1: Motion of Mr Tudehope (on behalf of Mrs Maclaren-Jones)
Business of the House notice of motion no. 4: Motion of Mr Tudehope: That Ms Sue Higginson give her first speech at 6.00 pm this day.
Mr Barrett moved: That standing and sessonal orders be suspended to allow a motion to be moved forthwith relating to conduct of business of the House this day.
PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE NO. 4 - INDUSTRY—TAKE NOTE OF REPORT AND GOVERNMENT RESPONSE
Resumption of take note debate of Report No. 46 entitled "The use of exotic animals in circuses and exhibition of cetaceans in New South Wales", dated December 2020 and the government response
JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON COERCIVE CONTROL—TAKE NOTE OF REPORT
Resumption of take note debate of Report No. 1/57 entitled "Coercive control in domestic relationships", dated June 2021
Commenced 5.01 pm
PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE NO. 4 - INDUSTRY—TAKE NOTE OF REPORT
Resumption of take note debate of Report No. 47 of Portfolio Committee No. 4 – Industry entitled "Budget Estimates 2020-2021", dated May 2021
Mr Tudehope tabled government responses to the following ePetitions:
Committee reports and government responses orders of the day nos 2-16, 22-42: Motion of Mr Farlow
The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly forwarding the Firearms Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 for concurrence.
Debate in progress
The House adjourned at 9:06pm