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.
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.
Sex Party President and Victorian Upper House member, Fiona Patten, has written to Senator Mathias Cormann, the Minister responsible for the Electoral Commission, inviting him to initiate proceedings over her party’s decision in the Northern Territory to recommend its supporters “Just Vote 1” above the line.
In Australia, there are a couple of million voters who use Cannabis on a regular basis. The budget for health and law enforcement will be reduced with the repeal of prohibition. Green’s Leader, Senator Richard Di Natale wants to continue Cannabis prohibition. His party “do not support the legalisation of currently illegal drugs”.
Whoever decided the main weapon in the NSW war on ice is to be a trebling of roadside saliva testing may actually be encouraging its use. I’ve always been a big believer in forgiveness, as ‘they know not what they do’, but that’s hardly good enough in these never been seen before times when knowledge is at everyone’s fingertips.
Dear Malcolm, why do the police get the last say in Australia on drug policy? Are they the drug experts? Don’t they have a conflict of interest seeing as half their work and a lot of their funding is fighting the drug war?
During the last few years there has been a dramatic reversal in the legal status of Cannabis around the world. For decades classified as an addictive substance with no medical uses Cannabis is now being applied effectively to relieve symptoms of serious diseases including epilepsy, neuropathic pain and cancer.
Australians are about to be fed another batch of specially prepared reviews via the media, journalists, publicists and press agents who we doubt will spend any time investigating questionable research in the field of Cannabis use.