Guild slams Greens S2 claim

Senator Jordan Steele-John addresses the Senate on vaping.
Greens health spokesperson criticises Guild over transparency, saying it preferred Schedule 2 or 4 for vapes, during a fiery Senate debate before e-cigarette bill passed But the Pharmacy Guild has told the AJP that it “categorically denies” his claims. Labor’s Therapeutic Goods and Other Legislation Amendment (Vaping Reforms) Bill 2024 was passed on Wednesday (26

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