Decision on Melbourne’s Proposed Second Injection Room ‘Unlikely’ After State Election: Vic Premier

A proposal to build a second “medically supervised injecting room” in the Australian city of Melbourne will be kept under wraps until after the November state election, Victoria’s premier Daniel Andrews said on Aug. 9.
This follows a push from the Melbourne City Council, which has demanded the “urgent” release of the proposed injecting room report by former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Ken Lay.
“I think that’s unlikely, principally because Ken Lay’s not finished his work … and I’m not certain when that work will be finished,” Andrews said at a presser on Aug. 9, adding that Lay was an “outstanding Victorian” who will finish the work….
Source: The Epoch Times

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