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High Court upholds Aboriginal alcohol restrictions MP3

The High Court has rejected claims alcohol restrictions in Queensland Aboriginal communities breach racial discrimination laws. The Queensland Government has welcomed it, despite proceeding with its plans to water down alcohol restrictions anyway. Source: abc.net.au

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