Queensland set to criminalise coercive control after landmark report handed down | 7NEWS

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Queensland is set to criminalise coercive control, but there’ll be an education campaign long before the laws take effect.

Hannah Clarke’s parents have welcomed the recommendations in a landmark report.

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