The Bill aims to close the "loopholes" around what's been called a "barbaric practice".
Former NZ First treasurer Colin Forster also wants to make a submission.
The Greens have also been accused of "tacit consent" over NZ First allegations.
Cigarette tax increases are partly to blame too, ironically.
Winston Peters said it "gouges the poor".
The Opposition Leader said it would be like thanking arsonists for putting out their own fire.
New documents show which ministers and MPs are spending the most.
It's not so much a direct appeal to the people as a direct appeal to the media, writes Toby Manhire for The Spinoff.
He's pointing the finger at the media and the National Party amid claims about the NZ First Foundation.
She's uncharacteristically taking a softer line on New Zealand First's donations scandal than her leader.
No alternative options exist at the scale required to replace the poison.
The Regional Economic Minister will only say when he became "formally" aware.
Labour, National and New Zealand First are in favour.
Millions are being invested in new high-tech traps.
There's something a bit odd about how NZ First manages its affairs, writes Andrew Geddis.
The PM has shut up shop on all matters Winston Peters, donations and NZ First Foundation.
The former politician says the public's patience for NZ First is wearing thin.
He wants a full independent investigation into the claims.
ACT leader David Seymour's describing it as "dodgy with a capital D".
Paula Bennett grilled the Deputy PM about his comments in Parliament.
"Everything that was required to be declared by New Zealand First for 27 years has been declared."
But she says she won't censor his language.
He didn't like question about Auditor-General looking at NZ-First linked company.
NZ First MP Jenny Marcroft argues that's "absolutely not" the case.
He said the Greens "subscribe to a form of environmentalism based on fear".
At next year's election, the public will be asked.
Anti-immigrant rhetoric pays electoral dividends, but brings serious dangers for minorities, writes Chris Wilson.
He says it's only a matter of time before the companies are reined in.
"Hannah Tamaki and Shane Jones are going to be the leading political racists until the next election."
He's disappointed the party blocked National's proposed Zero Carbon Bill amendments.