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Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Status of Legislation - First Reading Bills : Session 57 - 3
 
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No.
TITLE
Member
12
An Act Respecting the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches Mr. Wayne Steeves *
11
An Act to Amend the Personal Health Information Privacy and Access Act Hon. Hugh Flemming, Q.C.
10
An Act to Amend An Act Respecting Vital Statistics Hon. Sue Stultz
9
An Act to Amend the Elections Act Hon. Paul Robichaud
8
Lobbyists’ Registration Act+++ Mr. Bill Fraser +
7
An Act to Amend the Members’ Conflict of Interest Act+++ Mr. Victor Boudreau +
6
An Act to Amend the Medical Services Payment Act Hon. Hugh Flemming, Q.C.
5
An Act to Amend the Motor Vehicle Act Hon. Robert Trevors
4
An Act to Amend the Natural Products Act Hon. Marie-Claude Blais, Q.C.
3
An Act Respecting the Regional Service Delivery Act Hon. Bruce Fitch
2
An Act Respecting Property Tax Reform Hon. Bruce Fitch
1
An Act to Perpetuate a Certain Ancient Right Hon. David Alward
 
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Legend
* Private Bill
** Bill referred to Standing Committee on Law Amendments
+ Private Member's Public Bill
++ Motion for second reading defeated
+++ Debate at second reading adjourned
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