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Alberta Legislature Fall Sitting: 10 Bills The Government Plans To Pass This Sitting

10/23/2012 05:57 EDT | Updated 10/23/2012 06:02 EDT
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The Alberta government began the fall sitting of legislature on Tuesday, and begins its third attempt today to pass its overhaul of legislation for grade schools.

Additionally, key bills that are waiting to pass include a Workers's Compensation Amendment Act, that aims to give emergency officials coverage for work related post-traumatic stress disorder. Other bills on the agenda include modifications to home buyer protection, election accountability and changes to corporate taxes and pensions.

Find the list of Bills the government plans to pass this sitting below:

28th Alberta Legislature: Bills

With files from CP

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