The big news from the election was the success of the Legalise Cannabis WA Party (LCWA), formed only weeks before the election, which has won not one, but two seats in the Legislative Council.
There are many related issues that need addressing in each state including convictions given to patients and personal users who self supply and random roadside drug testing regimes looking for presence rather than impairment.
Hopefully the result will sharpen the focus on the seriousness of cannabis law reform as an issue. The legal medicine you can get via your doctor is only for the ‘well to do’ and there is no valid reason at all why we cannot be growing our own at home instead of paying prohibitive prices.
Jubilation spread across cannabis groups on social media late yesterday as word got around that the Legalise Cannabis Western Australia Party (LCWA) had won its second Upper House seat.
The Legalise Cannabis Party advocates for positive policy reform relating to cannabis for both health and personal users.
There are Legalise Cannabis Western Australia Party candidates in all six upper house regions giving every WA voter the opportunity to support Cannabis law reform in the state election on 13 March.
Cannabis users around the country cheer as the second branch of the Legalise Cannabis state Parties gains registration in Western Australia.
The Legalise Cannabis WA Party is up and running. It is the second of the states to come on board in what we hope to make nationwide Legalise Cannabis Parties.
Prohibition is rooted in racism and our jail figures reflect it like in the USA. This issue will not go away while we continue the war on drugs.
The Legalise Cannabis Qld Party believes that Cannabis law reform does not have to be complicated and the ‘Grape Theory’ forms the basis of the necessary reforms at state level.