House To Pass “Sleeper” Law

Parliament will enact what one MP dubbed a “sleeper” law allowing cabinet to enact new regulations without public scrutiny. The bill ends a tradition dating from 1841 that requires all new federal regulations be plainly disclosed: “It deserves to receive a lot more attention in the media than it has”.

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