I missed this, but the Parliament of Queensland passed the Succession to the Crown Bill 2013 on the 2nd of May. It was taken from 2nd reading through consideration in detail to Third Reading in an hour and forty minutes, ten of which were spent debating ten amendments to the bill – all government, and all without a vote or much discussion – and third reading had no debate. Looking at some of the previous Hansards, it doesn’t seem unusual to take a bill’s second reading, consideration in detail stage (equivalent to committee in the UK and Canadian Parliaments) and third readings on the same day. In the UK parliament, that would be considered a fast-tracked procedure. I suppose at least there was a committee review. Here’s the finished bill which received Royal Assent today.