PUP Senator Wang invites HEMP to the table

Dear Senator-elect Dio Wang, thank you for your letter inviting the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party to the Palmer United Party (PUP) Quarterly meetings.

We appreciate being given the opportunity to formally present the issues that we stand for to a federal parliamentary party. No other party has ever extended any such invitation to me personally since we were established in 1999.

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 Mullaway Case 2014

Quite simply put, if this court case does not get dropped / sorted in due course and I am imprisoned (once again) then my hands will be tied and will be forced to stop helping the chronically ill and dying of Australia. Including each and every one of the hundreds of debilitating and life-threatening epileptic children, whose lives are literally in the balance of Mullaways Cannabinoid Tincture.

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 2012 Measure 80 – The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act

The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act 2012 is a citizen’s initiative campaign to regulate cannabis and restore industrial hemp. The goal is to protect Oregon’s children and increase public safety by creating a series of regulations around the growth and sale of cannabis and industrial hemp. Just as ending alcohol prohibition and regulating that market has protected society, regulating cannabis will help keep cannabis away from children and ensure cannabis or marijuana is only sold to adults over the age of 21.

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 New Health Minister primed on hemp seed

I write to request information concerning your Department’s policy regarding FSANZ application A1039 to have hemp seed and hemp seed products normalized as a human food in Australia. This application was made hoping to provide a very palatable and rich source of omega 3 and other important nutrients for Australian’s young and old and to add a valuable new crop to Australian agriculture.

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 The War on Drugs 40 years on

The global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies around the world. Fifty years after the initiation of the UN Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, and years after President Nixon launched the US government’s war on drugs, fundamental reforms in national and global drug control policies are urgently needed.

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