The refugee medical transfer bill has divided readers, with just over half of you saying you don't believe doctors should have more power to transfer off-shore refugees to Australia for medical care.
In a reader poll, 14 people - or 51.8 per cent - said they did not support the change.
But 13 people - or 49.1 per cent - said they did.
All voters were from Australia, and had unique IP addresses.
The refugee medical transfer bill proposes a panel of two doctors asses requests for medical transfers of people currently held on Manus and Nauru.
The Home Affairs Minister would have 72 hours to agree or disagree with their recommendations – the minister could reject a transfer on national security grounds, or if the patient has a significant criminal record.
If the minister rejected the request for another reason, the decision is referred to an Independent Health Advice Panel of eight. The panel will not be paid.
The Australian Government lost its bid to block the Labor bill earlier this week.