We have goodie bags for clubs day this year!
Become a supporting member ($10) and receive:
* a pair of budsocks
* hemp papers from cosmic...
* cosmic stickers
* raffle ticket
* packet of chips
You can also purchase raffle tickets for $2 each (or 3 for $5)
We have 2 raffle prizes to give away this year. Get on down to clubs day this Thursday and Friday between 11am and 2pm
Submissions are now open for the Government's medicinal cannabis bill. NORML will have a guide available within a few days, so don't panic. The deadline is Wed 21 March.
Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
I am living proof that it works.
In Israel they are curing cancers with cannabis....
Different strains react to different illnesses so it's not just cancer it's Parkinson's and MS and autism and epilepsy that we know of for children of course but really its a healing herb.
Pretty disappointing result... we need to fight harder,
Another state just legalised it
Vermont is the latest state to legalize marijuana, and the state’s tourism board is already getting the word out.
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So on to it please watch, share, and participate. We need you to support this bill by asking your MPs to support it in its first reading on Wednesday. We need you! Please take action NOW
Pretty much everything you need to know about the upcoming Medicinal Cannabis legislation, and how you can help.
[Update - First Reading has been confirmed as Wednesday 31st Jan https://www.facebook.com/events/291163228074866??ti=ia]
Please contact your local MP urgently! We need to act now to ensure our voices are heard. Don't procrastinate, just send a quick email.
"The Greens’ Medicinal Cannabis Bill will have it’s first vote in Parliament next Wednesday 31st Jan. This is sooner than we expected, so it’s really important ...to hit that keyboard and urge your MP to support the bill.
Here are some reasons you can use:
~ The public wants it, with over 80 per cent support for legalising medicinal cannabis in almost all polls.
~ Let the Bill go to Select Committee so the public can have their say in what they want in a medicinal cannabis law
~ The Labour/Govt Bill does not resolve the most pressing issues that people expect Parliament to address:
~ The Labour/Govt Bill does not provide relief for people with chronic pain or any other non-terminal condition that cannabis-based medicines may alleviate;
~ The Labour/Govt Bill does not allow terminal patients to grow or obtain medicinal cannabis even though they’ll have a statutory defence for using or possessing it;
~ The Labour/Govt Bill does not protect providers of medicinal cannabis (those making balms, tinctures, etc), these are often family or friends and if they are arrested the patient loses their access;
and The Labour/Govt Bill does not actually allow domestic production as it fails to amend s14(3), which prohibits issuing licenses to manufacture a controlled drug for consumption other than research or study (ie, no actual products can be made here).
The Greens’ Bill resolves all these issues. At the very least, it should go to Select Committee for further discussion and public input."