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Why Drug Testing ‘Dole Bludgers’ Is A Terrible Idea

While the Coalition is moving to a less punitive approach to welfare – for non-Aboriginal Australians! – Minister Christian Porter said he remains open to ideas. Including some very bad ones, writes Max Chalmers. Still recovering from a sustained period of attacks, unemployed Australians must have been relieved by Social Services Minister Christian Porter’s recent [...
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