Category: General

Innocent until proven guilty


My name is Stan. I am a retired Sergeant of Police in Victoria for 14 years. I was also a police prosecutor at times, so I know what I am talking about. I spent half my life in Magistrates Court during my time in the Force. I was only ever a very fair copper, and […]

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Pharmacofascism and the rise of the State


The recent Di Natale Bill to remove oversight of medical Cannabis from the TGA and establish a Regulator of Medicinal Cannabis has now been effectively shelved by the Turnbull Government, who instead have opted for the status quo and placed the control of medical Cannabis firmly in the hands of the TGA and the medical practitioners who for so long have denigrated the medical utility and safety of Cannabis and the clinical results obtained as mere anecdotes.

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MardiGrass Gives Methadone The Nod


Nimbin’s annual MardiGrass Cannabis Law Reform Protestival is shaping up to be the most science and fact based cannabis event ever presented in Australia.

With a full line up of recognised Australian and visiting researchers as well as Federal and State Parliamentarians, sessions are sure to be well attended by many seeking accurate information rather than hollow announcements being made by Premiers’ seeking to champion the cause.

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Nimbin MardiGrass 2015

Our Quest: To bring about change by the most entertaining means possible. Nimbin MardiGrass Cannabis law reform rally and gathering 2015 MAY 1, 2 & 3. MAJOR EVENTS = HEMPOSIUM + FLOAT AWARDS + HEMP OLYMPIX

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NSW Election Disappointing and Inadequate

An ounce of perception and a gram of action needed to win. While the internal party machines of the big two remain in moral conflict over Recreational v Medical use of Cannabis, potential votes are lost because of selective deafness.

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“I believe all our candidates grossly underestimate the number of votes tied up in this issue,” said Ms Gail Hester founder of the patient collective, MCUA Australia. “We are looking for compassion and common sense in our representatives,” she said.

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