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There is a distinct possibility that this policy from the Greens may actually be implemented if Bill English proves as inept as I believe he will be.
It will allow a Labour/Greens government and with that comes this new policy from the Greens:
The Green Party say it will legalise cannabis if it forms a government next year.
Under its proposal, people would be able to legally grow and possess marijuana for personal use.
The Green Party would also urgently amend the law so sick people using medicinal marijuana were not penalised.
The party’s new Drug Law Reform Policy released on Friday outlined plans to overhaul existing drug laws in what it said was an inevitable push toward cannabis legalisation.
I think eventually we’ll follow in the footsteps of USA and Canada,” Green Party health spokesperson Julie Anne Genter said. Read more »
Former Labour MP Bill Sutton has written a letter to the editor which Toby Manhire, to his credit, has called out as noxious.
Some wankers have been shooting at power lines and Winston Peters isn’t at all happy.
If Northland power lines have been damaged intentionally the perpetrators should face a tough penalty, says Northland MP and Leader of New Zealand First Rt Hon Winston Peters.
“We want them to do hard labour, in the community. They need to be putting their backs into doing something useful for the many people they have hurt through such deliberate and spiteful acts.
“By causing the power outage today many people have been affected, some through the loss of business. Read more »