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Education (Freedom of Association) Amendment Bill

The purpose of this bill is to uphold students' rights to freedom of association, by ensuring that no student is compelled to join a students association.

There have been 872 submissions on this bill.

Bill Events

Event Date Ayes Noes Abstentions
Royal Assent 30 Sep 2011
Third Reading 28 Sep 2011,
28 Sep 2011 (resumed)
Bill read a third time. Ayes 63
National 57
ACT 5
United F. 1
Noes 58
Labour 42
Green 9
Maori 4
Mana 1
Progres. 1
indep. 1 (Carter C)
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Speaker Recalled 3 Aug 2011,
3 Aug 2011
In Committee 8 Dec 2010,
16 Feb 2011 (resumed),
23 Mar 2011 (resumed),
3 Aug 2011 (resumed),
3 Aug 2011,
3 Aug 2011,
7 Sep 2011 (resumed)
Bill to be reported without amendment presently.
Education (Freedom of Association) Amendment Bill—Proposed Changes 20 Oct 2010,
20 Oct 2010,
20 Oct 2010,
24 Mar 2011,
24 Mar 2011,
24 Mar 2011
Second Reading 20 Oct 2010,
10 Nov 2010 (resumed)
Bill read a second time.

Amendments recommended by the Education and Science Committee by majority agreed to.
Ayes 64
National 58
ACT 5
United F. 1
Noes 54
Labour 39
Green 9
Maori 5
Progres. 1
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SC Reports 24 Sep 2010 The Education and Science Committee reported on this bill.
Submissions Due 31 Mar 2010
First Reading 23 Sep 2009 Bill read a first time.

Bill referred to the Education and Science Committee.
Ayes 64
National 58
ACT 5
United F. 1
Noes 58
Labour 43
Green 9
Maori 5
Progres. 1
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