Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly

03 February 2015

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New petitions
3.1
P-04-612 Nationalised Bottled Water
3.2
P-04-614 Support the Arriva Trains Wales First Class Service
3.3
P-04-615 A Fair Student Loan Payment in the Final Year of Training
3.4
P-04-616 Please Prevent Fireworks From Being Sold to the General Public
4.1
P-04-448 Improve Sexual health services for Western Vale
4.2
P-04-466 Medical Emergency - Preventing the introduction of a poorer Health Service for North Wales
4.3
P-04-479 Tywyn Memorial Hospital X-ray & Minor Injuries Unit Petition
4.4
P-04-564 Restoration of Inpatient Beds, Minor Injuries Cover and X-Ray Unit to the Ffestiniog Memorial Hospital
4.5
P-04-570 Inequitable Access to Treatments That Have Not Been Nationally Appraised in NHS Wales
4.6
P-04-604 Regarding the closure of Diabetes Patient Reference Groups and the cancellation of meetings of the Diabetic Planning and Delivery Group in Powys.
4.7
P-04-602 Personalisation of Graves
4.8
P-04-522 Asbestos in Schools
4.9
P-04-581 Opposition to cuts in provision for learners of English as an Additional Language
4.10
P-04-537 Planting Trees to Reduce Flooding
4.11
P-04-575 Call in All Opencast Mining Planning Applications
4.12
P-04-393 Llanymynech and Pant Bypass Action Group
4.13
P-04-475 Wanted - Buses for Meirionnydd
4.14
P-04-513 Save the Wrexham/Barmouth X94 bus service
4.15
P-04-515 Increase Funding for Welsh Bus Services
4.16
P-04-468 Road Safety Concerns A48 Chepstow
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Forward Work Programme
The Petitions Committee was established on 15 June 2011. Its role is to consider all admissible petitions that are submitted by the public. Petitions must be about issues that the National Assembly has powers to take action on. The petitions process enables the public to highlight issues and directly influence the work of the National Assembly. Its specific functions are set out in Standing Order 23.
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