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SEPTEMBER EDITION HEMP Party changes name to Legalise Cannabis AustraliaA Message from Dr Brian Walker MLCLaunch of Facebook advertising campaignRoadside Drug TestingLocal producers, less red tape key to lower pricesCannabis vs The State – Playing the Long GameParty News from around the country  HEMP changes name to Legalise Cannabis AustraliaThe Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP)

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Legalise Cannabis WA Welcome McGowan Government’s Single State Model for Upper House Reform Legalise Cannabis WA MLCs Dr Brian Walker and Sophia Moermond have welcomed indications that the Government will proceed with a single-state electorate model for reform of Western Australia’s Upper House. Speaking immediately after the tabling of the Ministerial Advisory Panel report into

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Local producers and (much) less red tape key to lower medcan prices

By Nick Wallis Earlier this year, I spoke with Tom Forrest who was awarded the first-ever Churchill Fellowship for cannabis agronomy in 2018. Despite the fact that parts of Australia are ideally suited to cannabis cultivation and that we have an enormous talent pool of cannabis growing expertise there are very few local producers approved

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HEMP Party Changes Name to Legalise Cannabis Australia

The Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party has formally lodged an application with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) to change the party’s name to ‘Legalise Cannabis Australia’. The move was unanimously agreed at its recent AGM. Surveys leading up to the meeting found that 70% of members supported the change with the aim of distancing

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Legalise Cannabis Party to take on Kristina Keneally in Fowler

20 September, 2021 The Legalise Cannabis Party has announced it will run a candidate in the seat of Fowler at the Federal election to draw attention to Senator Kristina Keneally’s opposition to cannabis law reform.  Senator Keneally went on the offensive last year following reports that the NSW Government was considering decriminalisation of small amounts

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Roadside Drug Tests Do Not Make Our Roads Safer

By Nick Wallis Roadside drug testing does not distinguish detection from impairment. As a result the millions spent on policing the current RDT program do not make our roads safer instead they are used as a tool to conduct a proxy drug war, using invasive technology to pry into people’s private lives.  The 2018 Victorian

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