Second state Labor government to oppose Coalition’s drug-testing trial warns move could increase homelessness and crime

The Western Australian state government has attacked plans to trial drug testing of welfare recipients in Mandurah, describing the proposal as “incredibly naive”.

Western Australia is now the second state Labor government to voice its opposition to the drug-testing trial, after Victoria refused in June to play any role in what it described as cheap populism.

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