Libs support pain services, not safe injecting

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The Victorian Opposition has pledged to both invest in pain services, and shut down Richmond’s injecting room Anthony Tassone, president of the Pharmacy Guild’s Victorian branch, has welcomed the former announcement, but condemned the latter. As Victorians head to the polls on Saturday, Shadow Minister for Health, Mary Wooldridge, said the Opposition would inject $40

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