Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis

Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis

Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis

"Using cannabis remains illegal, but this has not stopped Australians from using it", Di Natale said. Our plan to create a legal market for cannabis production and sale will reduce the risks, bust the business model of criminal dealers and syndicates and protect young people from unfair criminal prosecutions.

The creation of a coffee-shop culture in Ireland might be what is needed to incentivise cannabis-takers to use the drug in a regulated environment, he said, stating that his party has looked at other jurisdictions, such as the US States of Colorado and California, where such moves have been successful.

Recently, several states in the USA have legalised recreational marijuana - in California this has amounted to a billion dollar industry.

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The plan will establish an Australian Cannabis Agency to issue licenses for production and sale of cannabis, monitor and enforce license conditions and review and monitor the regulatory scheme to ensure it is functioning properly. Legal weed would be sold to adults via licensed shops, and would be subject to both sales and excise taxes. "I know there are hundreds of people suffering in Ireland who could potentially benefit from medicinal cannabis". "Cannabis is being used as a medical treatment and ordinary people are also using it like a glass of wine in the evening". AMA Vice President Tony Bartone told the Sydney Morning Herald that his association has "considerable concerns about the risk for the young brain and the possibility of bringing on psychosis, especially in the younger age group". "The courts are clogged with people [on drugs charges]", Bartone said.

"The Greens see drug use as a health issue, not a criminal issue".

Up to six plants could be grown for personal use and strict penalties would be imposed on selling cannabis to minors or without a licence.

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Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm said his party had long-held the position of legalising marijuana, criticising the 80,000 cannabis-related arrests each year as a waste of police resources.

The party is confident that now is the right time for change on cannabis in Ireland.

Announcing the policy tonight, Greens leader Richard Di Natale, who worked as a doctor and public health specialist before entering Parliament, said the war on drugs has "failed", and it's time to re-think how the government approaches harm reduction and drug education in Australia. "Regulating cannabis will give government more control and increase government revenue, which can be used to fund drug prevention and treatment".

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The Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation's Alex Wodak said banning cannabis had distracted police from following up more serious crimes and helped make some criminals rich.

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