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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 2 Hansard (19 February) . .

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Mr Barr presented the following papers:

Remuneration Tribunal Act, pursuant to subsection 12(2)—Determinations, together with statements for:

ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal—Determination 4 of 2013, dated May 2013.

Full-time Statutory Office Holders—

Determination 3 of 2013, dated May 2013.

Disability and Community Services Commissioner—Amended Determination 3 of 2013, dated November 2014.

Head of Service, Directors-General and Executives—Determination 2 of 2013, dated May 2013.

Master of the Supreme Court—Determination 5 of 2013, dated May 2013.

Members of the ACT Legislative Assembly—Determination 1 of 2013, dated May 2013.

Mr Corbell presented the following paper:

Health Act, pursuant to subsection 19F(2)—Review of the ACT Local Hospital Network Council—Australian Capital Territory Government: Health Directorate, dated 1 August 2014, prepared by Nous Group.

Ms Burch presented the following papers:

Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act—Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Climate Change Council Membership) Appointment 2015 (No 1)—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-25 (LR, 18 February 2015), together with its explanatory statement.

Petitions which do not conform with the standing orders—Mr Fluffy loose-fill asbestos issues—

Mr Smyth (1089 signatures).

Mr Smyth (1283 signatures).

MR SMYTH (Brindabella), by leave: I want to bring the petitions to the attention of all members of this place. There is a written petition with 1,089 signatures, plus an electronic petition. The petitions are about the treatment of the owners of the homes designated as Mr Fluffy homes. I will just read the introduction to the petition. It says:

This petition calls for the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly to:

1. Increase the flexibility of the ACT Government's current approach to managing Mr Fluffy issues, responding to the recommendations made by through the Inquiry into the Proposed Appropriation (Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation Eradication) Bill 2014-2015.

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