LNP flags plan to end alcohol ban
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A Liberal National Party government in Queensland would review the effectiveness of alcohol bans in Indigenous communities in its first 18 months of office.
LNP leader, Campbell Newman said he would one day want to see the bans lifted but could not commit to taking action in his first term.
He said the bans would "probably" not be lifted in his first term but he did commit to a review within 18...
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