Many voters don’t know about HEMP. Some ask about our other policies or want to know about our opinion on issues other than Cannabis. Officially there are none, HEMP is a formal protest to end prohibition.
The HEMP (Help End Marijuana Prohibition) Party is again registered to run in the next federal election. However, HEMP is not re-registered in NSW yet, but wish to advise our members on how to cast their vote.
The HEMP Party is overjoyed with the decision of a Jury at the Downing Centre District Court who found Dr Andrew Katelaris Not Guilty of all charges in relation to the supply of medical cannabis to patients, including critically ill children.
The HEMP Party and the Nimbin HEMP Embassy are revelling in additional Cannabis law reforms, this time in relation to hemp seed now legally grown in Australia and available for human consumption in Australia.
In reality, the legislation will bend some laws to allow a foreign company to export a small amount of Cannabis into Australia so that another company can distribute it under the strictest of conditions to a very limited number of patients around the nation.
We are seeking genuine government assistance, with the help of appropriate policy makers and advisory input to develop a detailed policy option for presentation to the International Narcotic Control Board (INCB) on behalf of the Australian people.
The new coalition of Cannawarriors had a successful trip to Canberra for the first day of Parliament, with four Senators addressing the rally, advocating for full legalisation of Cannabis.
Alternative Facts – Medical Cannabis is currently being discussed all over the country in high places and behind very closed doors.
The government has overstepped the mark this time on medical Cannabis and poked a hornets nest in South Australia. People are furious about the Jenny Hallam raid.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the use of medical Cannabis in Australia, and “progress” in relation to its availability.
The Narcotics Act has been amended, and various cannabinoids have been re-scheduled. State governments appear to be on board, with the medical profession wanting products to be developed and clinically trialed before they can be prescribed.