Queensland opposition leader casts doubt over future of state’s new pill testing regime

David Crisafulli criticises pill testing trial in sign opposition may roll back harm minimisation polices if elected in October

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The Queensland opposition leader, David Crisafulli, has criticised the state’s new pill testing regime, a potential sign his party would roll back Labor’s new drug policies if elected in October.

The sunshine state opened its first festival clinic on Thursday and will open the first fixed site clinic in Brisbane next month. The Labor government has committed to open a second once a site has been confirmed.

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