The Greens could be at risk of losing a third senator to section 44 of the Constitution
Amy Remeikis is the social affairs and communications reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based in Parliament House
'We have been caught up in the US process, they have a quota each year."
The shock resignation of Greens senator Larissa Waters on Tuesday has triggered a wave of overseas born federal MPs scrambling to declare their Australian allegiance.
Richard Di Natale says two wrongly elected senators had "already paid a pretty high price".
Greens deputy leader Larissa Waters has been caught in the same constitutional dual-citizenship muddle as Scott Ludlam, and has been forced to resign from the Senate.
The body established to advise Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten on indigenous recognition has rejected a push for a treaty.
Australia would be "exporting death" if it followed Christopher Pyne's plan to see the nation become a major arms exporter.
Australia is about to find out just how well Barnaby Joyce can dance.
Derryn Hinch is a man thinking about his legacy.
The Education Minister repeatedly refused to condemn Pauline Hanson's comments children with disabilities should be segregated from mainstream classrooms