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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 2 Hansard (14 February) . . Page.. 588..


Territory and Municipal Services Directorate Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services Territory and Municipal Services Directorate ACTION Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services Territory and Municipal Services Directorate ACT Public Cemeteries Authority Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services Territory and Municipal Services Directorate Animal Welfare Authority Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services Totalcare Industries Treasurer Public Accounts Treasury Directorate Treasurer Public Accounts Treasury Directorate ACT Government Procurement Board Treasurer Public Accounts Treasury Directorate Director of Territory Records Treasurer Public Accounts Treasury Directorate Shared Services Treasurer Public Accounts University of Canberra Minister for Higher Education Education, Training and Youth Affairs Victims of Crime Support Program Attorney-General Justice and Community Safety

Madam Speaker, this is a referral of the annual and financial reports for the previous full financial year to relevant committees of the Assembly for inquiry and report.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 2013

Mr Rattenbury, pursuant to notice, presented the bill and its explanatory statement.

Title read by Clerk.

MR RATTENBURY (Molonglo) (11.43): I move:

That this bill be agreed to in principle.

The harms caused by gaming machines in our community are well known. They are responsible for serious financial hardship, family breakdown and suicide. There is no doubt that there are significant numbers of people in Canberra who are severely affected by gambling addiction, and we know that between 85 and 96 per cent of


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