Introduced on March 28. The bill sets up a new independent Crown entity called the Integrity Sport and Recreation Commission. It will promote, advise, and educate on integrity issues within the sector, engage with participants, prescribe policies and procedures for complaints and disputes, implement the World Anti-Doping Code, and investigate suspected breaches of integrity codes and threats to integrity. First reading on April 4, opposed by Act and sent to the social services and community committee. Reported back from select committee on Aug 4 with a number of amendments. Remaining stages completed under Urgency on Aug 15 with just Act opposed.