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  • Cannabis Legalisation Is Creeping Closer for Canberra

    The ACT Legislative Assembly health committee last week tabled its report on the legislation that would see the personal possession and use of cannabis legalised in the capital territory. And with a great sigh of relief, the review recommended the bill be supported subject to some amendments. The Personal Cannabis Use Bill was introduced into The post Cannabis Legalisation Is Creeping Closer for Canberra appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • The NZ Cannabis Legalisation Referendum: An Interview With NZ Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick

    New Zealand justice minister Andrew Little announced on 7 May that all three political parties that from the minority coalition government have agreed to the foundational elements of a legal and regulated cannabis market that the nation is set to vote on at next year’s national election. The minister confirmed that the referendum outcome will The post The NZ Cannabis Legalisation Referendum: An Interview With NZ Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • A Right Now Politician: An Interview With the Australian Greens’ Matthew Thompson

    In many ways, this coming federal election is an anomaly in its disconnect. According to the ABC’s Vote Compass, the number one issue that concerns Australian voters is the environment, which for the most part means climate change at present. However, the fractured government is made up of politicians that are completely deaf to the The post A Right Now Politician: An Interview With the Australian Greens’ Matthew Thompson appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • Why the Greatest Medicinal Plant is Outlawed: An Interview With HEMP’s Dr John Jiggens

    As Australian historian Dr John Jiggens puts it, cannabis is the “greatest herbal medicinal plant on the planet”. It can be used to treat more conditions than any other medicine. There’s no risk of overdose. And early last century, it was one of the most widely used medicines in the country. In 1925, the League The post Why the Greatest Medicinal Plant is Outlawed: An Interview With HEMP’s Dr John Jiggens appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • Police Raid on Nimbin Hemp Embassy: Little More Than a Show of Strength

    Stores in California will open at 2am AEST tomorrow morning. And some of the shoppers living in the fifth largest economy in the world will buy legal cannabis to smoke. Meanwhile, there will be other Californians at home, tending to the six cannabis plants they’re permitted to grow. While on 3 May, in Canberra, politicians The post Police Raid on Nimbin Hemp Embassy: Little More Than a Show of Strength appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • End Prohibition. Vote HEMP: An Interview With Dr Andrew Katelaris and Michael Balderstone

    As Australian historian Dr John Jiggens recalled in 2010, an article appeared in a major Australian newspaper in 1938, warning about a “Mexican drug” that causes madness. And this report introduced the term “marijuana” to the Australian public. “Under the influence of the newer drug, the addict becomes at times almost an uncontrollable sex-maniac,” the The post End Prohibition. Vote HEMP: An Interview With Dr Andrew Katelaris and Michael Balderstone appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • Woman Are Less Likely to Support Cannabis Legalisation Than Men

    Community attitudes towards the legalisation of cannabis have shifted in recent years, with more and more people calling for marijuana to be legalised in Australia. However, research by North Carolina State University has suggested that women are less likely than men to support cannabis legalisation because they tend to be more religious and conservative, and The post Woman Are Less Likely to Support Cannabis Legalisation Than Men appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • From Decriminalising to Legalising Cannabis: An Interview With Ex-ACT Health Minister Michael Moore

    As far as ACT Labor MLA Michael Pettersson is concerned, his territory will be legalising the use and personal possession of cannabis before the year is out. The legislation he introduced to make this happen is currently before a parliamentary inquiry, which will table its report in early June. The Personal Cannabis Use Bill legalises The post From Decriminalising to Legalising Cannabis: An Interview With Ex-ACT Health Minister Michael Moore appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • Police Should Test for Impairment Levels of Drugs, Not Minute Traces

    On the first weekend of this month, NSW police carried out a roadside alcohol and drug driving blitz in the Northern Rivers region. And while locals aren’t complaining about officers booking drunk drivers, they are opposed to those charged with drug driving as there’s no proof they were impaired. Those living in the northern coastal The post Police Should Test for Impairment Levels of Drugs, Not Minute Traces appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

  • NSW Greens Push to Legalise Recreational Cannabis

    The NSW Greens are set to introduce a private member’s bill within 100 days post-state election that could see recreational cannabis legalised for adult use in NSW during the next parliamentary term, which is a move that an increasingly large percentage of the community would like to see happen. The bill would legalise and regulate The post NSW Greens Push to Legalise Recreational Cannabis appeared first on Sydney Criminal Lawyers. […]

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