Alcohol inquiry cautioned not to judge without proper evaluation

2 September 2014

The NSW ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA) has warned a NSW Parliamentary Committee against prematurely judging measures to reduce alcohol-related violence in NSW.

In its submission to the NSW Legislative Assembly Committee on Law and Safety’s Inquiry into measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence, NAAPA has also taken aim at the alcohol industry’s attempts to undermine the measures, and in particular its unsubstantiated claims that the earlier closing times within the Sydney CBD are having a disastrous impact on the night time economy.

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Clare Ross, Senior Media Liaison Officer
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Madeleine Day, Senior Policy Officer
Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education

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