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Leon Piper | Mornings producer

With the next State election only nine days away, there has been a lot of focus on each parties’ stance on drugs, particularly methamphetamine.

Peter Lyndon-James, founder of Shalom House, joined Mike on Mornings to discuss what he thought of both the Liberal and Labor parties’ plans to combat drugs.

The McGowan Labor government would allocate $60 million to establish a border force to stop the flow of meth into the State. While, the Liberal party has promised to increase education campaigns to stop people from ever using the drug, as well as funding support and treatment programs.

But will this be enough? Peter shared his thoughts…

Podcast: Peter Lyndon-James discusses politics and drugs

To hear the full interview, head to the 98five Podcasts page

Peter joins Mike on Mornings fortnightly on Wednesdays.

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