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Social workers worried about new income management rules MP3

The Government's compulsory income management program is about to be extended to young people who can't live at home. Welfare groups say it discriminates against young people and will make some of them worse off. A young woman who will be affected says it will be embarrassing for her to be on the program and she's already capable of managing her own finances. Source: abc.net.au

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