Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Right to Vote at 16 Act up for vote in House of Commons Today

See update below on today's vote

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Taylor Bacharach's Right to Vote at 16 Act  gets its moment in the House of Commons today, with a vote scheduled for the legislation for sometime after the noon hour British Columbia time.

Bill C-210 the MP's Private members bill navigated First reading in December of 2021 gaining a hearing the Commons and some support from members of other parties on the Hill through the spring

The full text of the Bill up for Consideration can be reviewed here.

How it fares in the voting today will chart it's course whether towards further progress or to the banishment of Parliamentary purgatory where many a private members bill has gone before.

The MP was sharing some of his anticipation for the vote on his social media stream yesterday.

Some of our past notes on the MP's Bill can be reviewed below"


June 17 -- Final Push is on for Taylor Bachrach's Vote at 16 Bill for consideration of House of Commons
May 5 -- Taylor Bachrach champions youth as part of introduction to Right to Vote at 16 Act in Parliament 
May 3 -- Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP's Right to Vote at 16 Act up for debate Wednesday in House of Commons 


December 13 -- Taylor Bachrach and NDP introduce Right to Vote at 16 Act

Mr. Bachrach's Bill is one of five items up for a vote as part of the House of Commons schedule for the Noon hour period BC Time.

You can follow the progress of the vote today from the ParlVu channel

The vote this afternoon is in and the Bill vote came in at  245 Nays and 77 Yea

More notes on items of interest from the House of Commons can be explored from our archive page.

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