In 2013 Tanya Hill was a healthy 66-year-old Clinical Nurse Specialist happily working in her chosen profession as a flight nurse with NSW Air Ambulance.
The Marijuana HEMP Party has a plan to integrate the whole plant into our everyday lives for medicine, food security, the environment and social harmony.
“The state’s marijuana users want their own representative in parliament now. The Cannabis industry has grown to become twice the size of the wine industry. It’s that big and it’s that important”. –HEMP/SEX Party Senate Candidate, Michael Balderstone, Marijuana (HEMP) Party candidate on the HEMP/SEX party joint Senate ticket in Western Australia at the upcoming election. .
The Australian Sex Party and the Marijuana (HEMP) Party have reached an historic agreement to win seats at the coming federal election. The parties will share joint tickets in a number of states in an effort to win the last two Senate seats in each jurisdiction.
Voting is different this federal election. The Parliament has recently passed changes to the voting method for electing Senators in your state or territory.
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”.
The Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party opened its WA Senate Campaign on Tuesday and has been attracting a great deal of media attention.
Help HEMP keep up the momentum by getting involved in the campaign. This can be as simple (yet vital) as talking to all your friends and neighbours about HEMP.
The Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party has nominated a father and daughter, James and Tayla Moylan, to be their Senate Candidates in Western Australia.
Mr Moylan, outlined the approach the HEMP Party is taking to the re-run of the WA Poll.
Sad that cannabis law reform didn’t even get a mention during the 2011 NSW Election campaign, the Big Joint will be revealing it’s compassionate side to Barry O’Farrell in Sydney this week.
A NSW coalition government has pledged to spend $182 million boosting police numbers but will do nothing to help relive the suffering of the terminally ill who would benefit from the use of medical cannabis.
In the Victorian State Election on November 27th, the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party believes that the Sex Party has better policies on drug law reform than any other Party on the ballot. “We advocate for a new approach to drugs, which will replace a criminal framework with a community health and administrative response.” […]