The Legalise Cannabis Queensland Party believes law reform does not have to be complicated and the ‘Grape Theory’ forms the basis of the necessary reforms at state level.
In Queensland, too much public money is being spent for too little return on failed drug policy. There are positive flow-on benefits of legalising Cannabis in many areas and sectors of the Queensland economy, environment and the community.
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Federal Election 2022
Candidate for Longman
How to vote: Look for the leaf above the line. Write 1 in the the box. Select at least six parties. Number them in the order of your choice.
Bernard Bradley: Legalise Cannabis Australia – Senate Candidate for QLD
Suzette Luyken: Legalise Cannabis Australia – Senate Candidate for QLD
Commercial production of industrial hemp in Queensland
Industrial hemp may be grown in Queensland under controlled conditions. If you intend to grow or research industrial hemp, you must have a licence. All activities carried out under a licence are also subject to monitoring at the licensee’s expense by inspectors who, among other things, sample plants before harvest to test for THC content.
The Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Act 2016 was passed by Queensland Parliament on 12 October 2016. The Act commenced on 1 March 2017.