Senate Campaign Launch

Legalise Cannabis Australia will launch its Senate campaign in NSW outside Kevin Hogan’s flooded office in Molesworth Street at 11am on Monday, 9th of May.

“We know Kevin is comfortable with Cannabis having grown up in the area and knowing people who use it, but how come he never speaks out supporting us?

Because his mouth is taped shut by the National Party, is the answer and enough is enough.

As the Federal representative of Nimbin and possibly the electorate with the highest Cannabis consumption in Australia, it is just too ridiculous.

Our jails are crowded and our courts full.

The arrest rates for Cannabis are higher than ever even though legal prescriptions are soaring and thousands of locals now have legal weed.

Two major problems.

Users are not allowed to drive and their legal weed is very expensive. Not to mention it is virtually all grown indoors and overseas.

Why does Kevin Hogan not support us growing our own medicine?

And how can he stand by and watch hundreds of us busted for driving and losing our licences for a minuscule amount of Cannabis in our saliva, possibly from using it days before?

Absolutely nothing to do with impaired driving.

The evidence is in truckloads now from overseas jurisdictions which have had legal cannabis for decades that legalising has only good consequences.

Many American states have seen suicides, domestic violence and car accidents statistics fall significantly since legalising.

The economic benefits are obvious but the social implications are even more important, especially for our young people.

Kevin Hogan knows full well Cannabis is the easy bust being so bulky and smelly and he must know young people choose to use powders and pills instead to avoid getting caught.

Did Kevin notice in Canberra that the latest wastewater drug monitoring report by ACIC, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, has shown locals consumed Cannabis in record amounts last year but used way less of other more harmful drugs?

Has the sky fallen in at all in the ACT where people can grow 2 pot plants each now?

‘Hard drug’ use falls in ACT but cannabis use soars

Michael BalderstoneĀ 

President Legalise Cannabis Australia (Formerly known as; Help End Marijuana Prohibition HEMP Party)

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