The majority voted in favour of a motion:
That the committee does not insist on its amendment to which the House of Representatives has disagreed.
Because this vote was successful, the bill - including schedule 6 - will now pass and be made law.
What are mandatory minimum sentences?
The bills digest explains that "[m]andatory sentencing laws specify a minimum penalty or a fixed penalty that a judge must impose in relation to a particular offence or type of offender (for example a repeat offender)." There is a lot of debate about the effectiveness of mandatory sentences - see the bills digest for more discussion.