The Herald reports:
More than 1200 state homes are currently vacant.
About 486 empty because of methamphetamine contamination. Another 1 per cent of state housing — around 730 properties — are empty in the short-term, because of maintenance or turn-over of tenants.
So 486 families are missing out on a state house because of the previous tenants. And when you deny them a state house because they keep contaminating them with P, they cry to the media that the cost of the motel they are staying in is too high.
There comes a point where there should be consequences for the lack of responsibility.