What to do with an upper house
Paper 1: What is a house of review? (John Uhr) Speakers from Canberra might be expected to address lessons arising from the Commonwealth experience. But I want to begin by taking note of the ACT experience in self-government, which is an object lesson in not having an upper house. Then I do want to draw back and identify some lessons from the Commonwealth’s experience of the Senate as a ‘house of review’. Here I will argue that review at its most basic means legislative review, including...[Show more]
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