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12.06.2013

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The Northern Territory Government has announced its watering down some aspects of its radical plan to force alcoholics into mandatory rehabilitation. The Government's plan has been fiercely criticised by legal, alcohol policy and health groups who argue it will criminalise drunkenness and send more Aboriginal people to jail. The Prime Minister Julia Gillard has made similar criticisms about the policy in a letter to ... Source: abc.net.au

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