My question without notice is; Have you already signed up to join Legalise Cannabis Party in your State, and if not why not?
You can help drive the Campaign Van for Cannabis law reform. The HEMP Party appreciates your support for the federal election. We will be striving to get candidates elected to the Senate and will also be fielding candidates in some of the lower house seats for the first time. To achieve this, we need funding […]
The Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party has invited its members to an early AGM on September 11 with a proposal to change its name to Legalise Cannabis on the agenda. “Over 70% of our members support the name change in both surveys we have done,” said Michael Balderstone, HEMP Party President. We want to […]
Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party candidate for the seat of Cook, Don Fuggle is up against the Prime Minister of Australia.
Losing your driver licence for three months is a massive punishment, especially for country people. Incomparable to the cautions police give you for possession of up to fifteen grams of pot.
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.
The result of the HEMP Party’s low budget campaign underscores the strong support for Cannabis law reform. The Morrison Government must now understand that Australian Cannabis supporters have sent a clear message via the privacy of the polling booth.
Prohibition has been a total failure and we have to stop strategies like sniffer dogs, Roadside Drug Testing and laws that have dramatically altered drug use trends in favour of undetectable powders, pills and expensive addictive pharmaceuticals.
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.