Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 8 Hansard (22 August) . . Page.. 3194..
Legal Aid Act—Legal Aid (Commissioner—Law Society Nominee) Appointment 2012—Disallowable Instrument DI2012-194 (LR, 9 August 2012).
Planning and Development Act—Planning and Development (Tidbinbilla) Plan of Management 2012—Disallowable Instrument DI2012-193 (LR, 8 August 2012).
Public Place Names Act—
Public Place Names (Canberra Central and Gungahlin Districts) Amendment Determination 2012 (No 1)—Disallowable Instrument DI2012-195 (LR, 9 August 2012).
Public Place Names (Ngunnawal) Determination 2012 (No 1)—Disallowable Instrument DI2012-196 (LR, 9 August 2012).
Road Transport (Alcohol and Drugs) Act—Road Transport (Alcohol and Drugs) Amendment Regulation 2012 (No 1)—Subordinate Law SL2012-35 (LR, 8 August 2012).
Petition—Out of order
Petition which does not conform with the standing orders—Contours car parking situation—Ms Porter (74 signatures).
Ms Burch presented the following papers:
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Inquiry—Auditor-General's Report 1/2012—Monitoring and minimising harm caused by problem gambling in the ACT—Government submission, dated June 2012.
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Report 24—Inquiry into the Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 2011—Government response, dated August 2012.
The following petition was lodged for presentation, by Ms Hunter, from 625 residents:
Dyslexia—petition No 138
To the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory
This petition of certain residents of the Australian Capital Territory draws to the attention of the Assembly that: currently, students living in the Australian Capital Territory who have a learning disability known as Dyslexia, do not have their diagnosis of dyslexia recognised by the A.C.T. departments responsible to students. Consequently, A.C.T government and non-government schools are not provided with appropriate levels of funding to cover the costs of necessary effective support, including literacy and assistive technology, to address the disadvantage or discrimination these students endure.