Bills this Week
This page lists bills Parliament is working on during a sitting week. You can access all Victorian bills and laws on the legislation website. To learn more about the legislative process, go to how a law is made.
Parliament is not sitting this week. The next sitting week begins on Tuesday 31 October 2017.
Below are bills Parliament considered during the sitting week of 17 October 2017.
New Bills released
Removes the requirement for people to pay a set medical excess for medical treatments before the TAC is liable to pay for those treatments, and clarifies the operation of workplace injury legislation in relation to the horse racing industry.
Alters procedures associated with the Minister making interim ban orders on gambling products and practices, and changes some governance arrangements for the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation.
Provides protections for holders of some titles granted under Commonwealth legislation that have been affected by changes to definitions of boundaries for offshore areas.
Establishes the office of the Chief Data Officer in Victoria, to promote sharing and use of public sector data as a public resource to support government policy making, service planning and design.
Amends the Firearms Act 1996 to allow persons other than licensed firearms dealers to advertise that a firearm is for sale.
Passed the Assembly (will now go to the Council)
Passed the Council with Amendments (will now go to the Assembly for consideration)
Passed Parliament (will now go to the Governor for royal assent)
Defeated in the Council
- Last Updated: Monday, 23 October 2017 09:40