All six questions come from the Arbory, Castletown and Malew MHK
Among them is one questioning government involvement in a consultation on a private members' Bill on assisted dying, introduced by Ramsey MHK Alex Allinson - who is also treasury minister.
MHK Jason Moorhouse queries "in a situation where you've got a minister who is doing that [raising the question] and you've got the consultation going through the Cabinet Office, how do you actually untangle the two?"
Other subjects up for answer include the number of work visa's issued in each of the last four years.
The Isle of Man 'Worker Migrant Visa' allows you to live and work on the Island, once a Manx employer has offered a skilled job.
Another question raises policy regarding unattended cars at the airport to the infrastructure minister.
And how many of the £26 million, enabling the MUA to cap electricity prices, has been used so far.
After questions, LegCo amendments to the Capacity Bill will be debated.