Public submissions for this bill close on Sunday 05 March 2023.
This bill is intended to replace the Medicines Act 1981 and the Dietary Supplements Regulations 1985 to provide for the comprehensive, risk-proportionate regulation of therapeutic products, such as medicines, medical devices, natural health products, and active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Passed first reading 14 December 2022, now with the Health Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 05 March 2023
Passed by a majority of 115 votes (117 ayes, 2 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||30 November 2022|
|First reading||14 December 2022|
|Select Committee||Health Committee|
|Public submissions due||5 March 2023|
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