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Richard Di Natale cannabis

At last a politician talking sense!
Australian Greens leader Dr Richard Di Natale discusses the Green's policy to legalise cannabis for recreational use.
He says "This would take the drug out of the hands of criminals and put it within a tightly regulated health framework."
And he's absolutely right.

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Australian Political Party Proposes Total Cannabis Legalization

Australian Political Party The Greens Proposes Total Cannabis Legalisation

Declaring that prohibition has failed, an Australian political party proposes total cannabis legalization for the country. Sen. Richard Di Natale, the leader of the Australian Greens, announced his party’s new stance Monday, April 16.

The plan would legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults. They could also legally grow at home up...

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HHI Hemp Health & Innovation Expo 2018

HHI Hemp Health & Innovation Expo 2018

The Hemp Health & Innovation Expo is headed back to Sydney!

Australia’s largest cannabis event, the Hemp Health & Innovation (HHI) Expo & Symposium is heading back to Sydney 12 & 13 May 2018! Now in its third year, HHI Expo sees thousands of Sydneysiders descend upon Rosehill Gardens seeking information and awareness around all the crucial benefits the hemp and cannabis plants offer: hemp food, medicinal products, fabrics & textiles, clothing, beauty products, building materials, health products, gardening and hydroponic equipment and more.

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Tony Bower Medical-cannabis producer again locked up

Tony Bower Medical-cannabis producer

North coast medical-cannabis producer and campaigner Tony Bower has yet again been locked up after police raided his home on Wednesday and charged him with cultivating cannabis.

Campaigners and supporters of the ‘Medicine Man’, as he’s widely known in the northern rivers, say they’re outraged at the latest targeting of Mr Bower, who owns the company Mullaways Medicinal Cannabis which supplies tincture to more than 150 people, many of them children.

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