ALCP Calls for Legislation to allow Personal Use of Cannabis
ALCP Calls for Urgent Legislation for
Personal Use of Cannabis
Legalise Cannabis Party calls for urgent legislation to
allow the personal use of cannabis for adults.
cannabis should be made available to anyone struggling to
come off synthetic drugs, party leader Julian Crawford
A recent Campbell Live poll showed 84% support for
decriminalising personal cannabis use.
"We are pleased
that synthetics will have to be scientifically tested before
being sold," Mr Crawford said.
"However, If we don't allow
the use of natural cannabis, then there will be a lot of
people suffering adverse withdrawal symptoms or turning to
the black market."
ALCP support a new Act to regulate
natural cannabis independently of the Psychoactive
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