A proposal to ban the wearing of gang patches or insignia in any government or council building is among four new bills to be drawn from a parliamentary ballot.
National MP Todd McClay says his member's bill would extend the law banning patches in public places in Wanganui to encompass the entire country.
The proposition includes school, hospitals and even WINZ buildings and calls for offenders to be fined.
McClay says the bill aims to provide an intimidation free environment in all public services throughout the nation.
"The display of gang insignia at publicly accessible government premises by members of gangs has the capacity to intimidate staff members and to cause ongoing concern and distress to the general public," a consultation draft of the bill states.
If the bill was passed a parent would not be able to wear gang insignia when attending a parent-teacher meeting and McClay says this would help ensure school is a "good, sound and positive environment".
"It won't stop a gang member going to a school, or a hospital, they'll just have to leave that patch at home," McClay told Newstalk ZB.
Among the other member's bills to be selected for debate is Green Party co-leader Russel Norman's Overseas Investment Amendment Bill, which sets out to tighten the regulation around the ownership and control of "sensitive land" within in New Zealand.
Also to be deliberated is Labour MP Annette King's bill, which seeks to clamp down on massive pay rises for the country's council chief executives.
She says the bill would see councillors have more involvement in the process of setting remuneration and conditions.
The proposals will now be put on the parliamentary order paper for a first reading.