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Source: The Conversation article “I just think the government should look at the impact of what they’re doing on the community and make sure it’s not doing more harm than good,” Mr Macdonald said.
It will make it easier for them to attract more jobs and hopefully more people to come here.” “
I’m glad they’re taking the decision to do something.
It will make it easier for them to attract more jobs and hopefully more people to come here.”
Mr MacDonald said he wanted to see recreational pot stores opened on remote reserves in the NT.
“It’s important for the people who live on the back of the reserves, to be able to enjoy their cannabis,” he said.
But Mr Macdon said he feared some communities would be left with no choice but to remain shut down.
“They’ve got to do what they can to get out of there,” he told The Current.
“If they do that, then it’s going to have a massive impact on them.”
Mr Mackenzie said the NT had been “very welcoming” of recreational marijuana shops in recent months.
“For the last few months, we’ve had a lot of interest from the NT, from all over the world,” he explained.
“This is what people are going to look at when they get back into the market.”
He said he expected recreational marijuana to be an important part of the NT economy for a long time to come.
“There are going on in the next few years, in terms of new businesses and tourism, that are going all over our country,” he added.
“That’s going not just going to be for the recreational market, but the recreational industry that will be opening up.”
Topics:drug-use,government-and-politics,drug-offences,nsw,nauru,arizona-region,northern-territory,tas,nte,australiaFirst posted January 07, 2018 13:24:25Contact Michelle BurtMore stories from New South Wales