The Mounting Human Costs of the Cashless Debit Card

The trials for the Cashless Debit Card began in early 2016 in both () and the East . The card quarantines 80% of received by all working-age people (15–64 years) in the trial sites, attempting to restrict cash and by extension purchases of alcohol, illegal drugs and gambling products.

The trial disproportionately targets Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples despite the government stating that the CDC is for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous welfare recipients.

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