Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform. Information about the Inquiry; Committee membership; Powers and Proceedings of the Committee; Completed Inquiries; Current Inquiries; For further information, contact: Senior Clerk's Office Department of the Senate PO Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 Australia Joint Select Committee on Gambling Releases Final Report The Joint Select Committee on Gambling released its final report on the Australian gaming culture on June 7, 2013. The report excoriated Tom Waterhouse, commented on the recent gambling reforms passed at various levels of government, and made suggestions for more reforms. Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform
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Terms of Reference for Expert Consultant - JSC Gambling Bill Joint Select Committee on Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Bill 2016 Call for an Expert Consultant 1. BACKGROUND The Parliamentary Joint Committee (JSC) on Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Bill 2016 (“the Bill) is mandated to consider and report on the Bill. Let states legalize online gambling to stimulate the ... The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction—the Super Committee—is soon expected to present its proposals to cut the deficit by $1.5 trillion. There is speculation that its recommendations ...
being reviewed by the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform. HRA is the peak national body for the sport and business of harness racing in Australia. HRA represents more than 40,000 owners, over 7000 trainers and drivers and the many thousands of people employed by the industry and ancillary industries.
Introduction Overview of the National Gambling Reform Bill 2012. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment to the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform about the National Gambling Reform Bill 2012 (the Bill).. The OAIC understands the object of the Bill is to reduce the harm caused by gaming machines to problem gamblers, their ... Submission to the Parliament of Australia Joint Select ... Submission to Parliament of Australia Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform Inquiry into Pre-commitment Schemes January 2011 Prepared by the South Australian Council of Social Service on behalf of the network of national, State and Territory Councils of Social Service. ISBN 978-0-908293-87-2 First published in January 2011 by the
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Michael Coppin, Attorney-at-Law - Michael Coppin, Trinidad ... Joint Select Committee on Finance and Legal Affairs (where he was the Vice Chairman); 2.) Joint Select Committee on National Security; 3.) Joint Select Committee on Whistleblower Protection Bill, Joint Select Committee on FATCA; 4.) Joint Select Committee on Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control; and 5.) Statutory Instruments Committee.
Tom Waterhouse has been formally requested to provide testimony before the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform. Waterhouse declined an invitation to speak before the committee in March and instead sent a letter defending his actions in the NRL broadcasts on Nine Network earlier this year.
Australian Government response to the Parliamentary Joint ... Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform Third Report: The Prevention and Treatment of Problem Gambling The Australian Government welcomes this report and recognises the important ongoing work of the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform. The Government is committed to taking action to reduce the harm caused by Australian Government response to: The Parliamentary Joint ... Community Affairs Legislation Committee of the Senate Inquiries into the National Gambling Reform Bill 2012 and related bills The Australian Government (the Government) welcomes the opportunity to respond to these reports and recognises the important work of both the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform,
FINAL REPORT - Parliament of Tasmania (1) A Joint Select Committee be appointed with power to send for persons and papers, with leave to sit during any adjournment of either House exceeding 14 days, with leave to adjourn from place to place and with leave to report from time to time, to inquire into and report upon community attitudes to gambling and potential