Two key battlegrounds on which the Canberra Liberals strongly opposed the ACT Labor Government are no longer “priorities” to the party. (AAP: David Moir/SCX: Atroszko)
The Canberra Liberals say overturning controversial laws legalising cannabis in the ACT will not be a priority should they win the election, despite spending years criticising the laws.
- The Canberra Liberals say reversing laws banning greyhound racing and legalising cannabis are no longer priorities for the party
- Labor and the Greens say it calls into question the party’s credibility
- The Liberals have also announced rates and vehicle registration plans aimed to save families money
The party also indicated that the territory’s ban on greyhound racing will remain, labelling both measures as “not priorities” in…