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Friday 29 September 2000

Section G - Bills, amendments to Bills and proposals for members’ Bills




New Bills introduced or reprinted on 28 September 2000

Salmon Conservation (Scotland) Bill-A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make further provision about the conservation of salmon and sea trout. (SP Bill 20) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Ross Finnie

Supported by: Mr John Home Robertson

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 20-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 20-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

New amendments to Bills lodged on 28 September 2000

Transport (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2

Section 3

Janis Hughes

1 In section 3, page 3, line 6, at end insert-

<( ) may include facilities already in existence at the time the scheme is made>

Janis Hughes

2 In section 3, page 3, line 13, at end insert <may include>

Janis Hughes

3 In section 3, page 3, line 14, leave out <may include>

Janis Hughes

4 In section 3, page 3, line 15, leave out <but>

Janis Hughes

5 In section 3, page 3, line 16, leave out <may not include requirements> and insert <agreements>

Janis Hughes

6 In section 3, page 3, line 16, after <the> insert <minimum>

Janis Hughes

7 In section 3, page 3, line 16, at end insert-

<( ) agreements as to the maximum fares which may be charged>


Proposals for Members' Bills

Names marked with an asterisk (*) are new names of support. Proposals that have attracted 11 supporters have those supporters' names shown in bold. The member who lodged such a proposal has the right to introduce a Member's Bill to give effect to that proposal under rule 9.14.

Mr John Munro: Proposed GM Crops Trials Planning Permission Bill-Proposal for a Bill to amend planning legislation to require the applicant for GM crop trials to seek planning consent for that trial. (lodged 19 September 2000)

Supported by: Michael Russell, Brian Adam*

Dr Winnie Ewing: Proposed Planning permission for genetically modified crops Bill -Proposal for a Bill to provide that farming genetically modified crops instead of non-genetically modified crops will be a material change of use under planning legislation thus requiring local authority planning permission. (lodged 19 September 2000)

Supported by: Michael Russell, Fergus Ewing, Mr John Munro, Irene McGugan*, Brian Adam*


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