Ministerial committee to discuss 'mosque law'MK Motti Yogev's law prohibiting houses of prayer from using loudspeakers to be voted upon by Ministerial Committee for Legislation.
Battle to save Amona: Waiting on Attorney-GeneralDebate on proposed legislation to save Amona postponed as A-G Avichai Mandelblit asks for time to come up with better resolution.
'We must eradicate phenomenon of children left in cars'New measure to obligate kindergartens, day cares, to notify parents when their child is absent aims to prevent children being left in cars.
Progress in battle to save AmonaCoalition party heads discuss possibility of delaying demolition of Amona homes until new adjacent residences are available.
Committee told not to vote on bill to recognize AmonaPrime Minister Netanyahu instructs Ministerial Committee for Legislation not to discuss bill to solve Amona crisis.
New bill to combat incitement by unlicensed tour guidesMinisterial Committee for Legislation to discuss proposal to raise penalties for unlicensed tour guides; many tours give false information.
Burn the flag? Pay the priceKnesset approves amendment calling for stricter penalties for burning Israeli flags - 3 years in prison and 50,000 shekel fine.
Knesset approves bill against elections meddlingBill takes aim at foreign-funded NGOs subverting elections. Likud MK: 'in contrast to US elections, money won't defeat Israeli elections.'
Loss for the Reform - Knesset approves Mikveh billMinisterial Committee approves bill stating that public Mikvaot must abide by Rabbinic law, overriding Supreme Court ruling.
Could businesses be sued for opening on Shabbat?Amid ministerial meeting discussing whether to charge businesses for breaking Sabbath, tensions rise as spirit of Shabbat on the table.
Two Zionist Union Bills May Limit Free SpeechOne bill would prosecute 'libelous' internet posts, while other would ban publication of names of IDF soldiers under investigation.
Netanyahu Buries Death Penalty LawSlated to go before Ministerial Committee Sunday, death penalty for terrorists bill indefinitely frozen by PM's technical maneuver.
MK Fumes at 'Non-Nationalist' PM for Burying Death Penalty BillMK Sharon Gal claims Netanyahu's decision to bury bill requiring death sentence for terrorist murderers shows govt not serious about terror.
Government Committee to Discuss Terrorist Death Sentence BillLiberman vows to show terrorists 'prison day-camp' is over, while Zionist Union MK says death penalty will just create martyrs.
Opposition MK Slams 'Farcical' Legislation CommitteeMK Stav Shaffir calls for greater transparency in Ministerial Committee for Legislation, calls on MKs to prove 'loyalty' to Israeli public.
Netanyahu Acquires Veto Power in Committee on LegislationNetanyahu will have authority to strike down bills at ministerial committee that decides what bills will enjoy gov't support.
Ministerial Committee Passes Water Recycling BillA purifier in every home? Bill to recycle sink, shower water for reuse passes in Ministerial Committee for Legislation.
'Jewish State Law' Vote Postponed - AgainVote on controversial law postponed for at least one more week; PM to present his compromise bill before original draft advances in Knesset.
Terror Victim's Association Demands a Minister at Every FuneralMotion to only require ministers to attend specific funerals for terror victims 'discriminatory' and 'disrespectful,' TVA says.
How Netanyahu Foiled Livni's Plan to Torpedo 'Jewish State' BillLoud dispute at Ministerial Law Committee after Livni scuttles the discussion on the National Law. Minister Uri Ariel calls it "sabotage".
Bill: Expand Hesder Track Active Service to Two YearsLabor MK behind bill seeks to right 'historic distortion' of soldiers' rights, he claims, by scaling back state support for Torah study.
Bill to Criminalize Joining ISISJustice Minister Tzipi Livni to propose bill to mark joining any 'non-national' military group abroad a crime, as ISIS hysteria continues.
Bill Equating 'Price Tag,' Terrorism Falls FlatMK slams decision as 'racist,' despite inherent differences between terrorism and 'price tag' vandalism.
Bill Banning Far-Left Non-Profits Up for VoteProposal to ban non-profits which 'act against the Jewish and Zionist character' of Israel could be a double-edged sword, critics claim.
Push to Regulate Pest Extermination After Family PoisoningGross family poisoning inspires bill to regulate extermination. If passed, pesticides will only be distributed by licensed professionals.
Levin: Released Terrorists Should Not Receive BenefitsMK Yariv Levin's bill to prevent released terrorists from receiving state stipends up for vote Sunday.
Ministers Reject Regev's Annexation BillMinisterial Committee for Legislation votes down MK Miri Regev’s bill calling for Israeli sovereignty on Judea and Samaria.
Approved: Bill for One Chief Rabbi in IsraelMinisterial Committee for Legislation approves bill unifying Chief Rabbinate. Bennett: 'This will unite the Jewish people.'