Johns, who is listed as a member of Recognise a Better Way’s Voice No Case Committee, suggested blood tests for welfare payments

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Gary Johns is facing calls to resign from his position in the no campaign against the Indigenous voice referendum, after he was criticised for making “offensive” and “extreme” comments – including suggesting blood tests for welfare payments.

Recognise a Better Way, which opposes the proposal to enshrine a voice in the constitution, lists Johns as a member of “the Voice No Case Committee”.

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