My question without notice is; Have you already signed up to join Legalise Cannabis Party in your State, and if not why not?
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 […]
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.
The Legalise Cannabis Party advocates for positive policy reform relating to cannabis for both health and personal users.
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.
It is difficult to register a political party for state elections in New South Wales because 750 “Declaration of Party Membership” paper forms are required by the NSW Electoral Commission.
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.
Many voters don’t know about HEMP. Some Aussie voters 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 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.