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Broadcasting (Games of National Significance) Amendment Bill

A Bill in the name of NZ First MP Clayton Mitchell drawn from the Ballot on December 8. It would define in law games and sporting events that must be broadcast live on free-to-air television. First reading interrupted on March 22 with Labour indicating it would join National in opposing the Bill which means it will be voted down on the next Members Day. Voted down on April 12 with just NZ First and the Greens in favour of it progressing. Broadcasting (Games of National Significance) Amendment Bill