Monthly Archives: December 2017

Aged care group comments

I read that ‘Grey Power’ (Northland branch) have criticised the recent announcement on potential change to the cannabis laws (Medicinal) in Aotearoa/NZ. Here is a flavour from the press release: ‘(A Northland) Grey Power President (name removed) has replaced the … Continue reading

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Legal Hemp seized

I read that over zealous Police seized 16 Hemp plants (part of a legal crop) being grown in Aotearoa/MZ.. I read the following details in the press release: ‘An East Coast hemp grower has had his crop destroyed by police … Continue reading

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Med-use bill introduced today

I just watched the beginning of today’s session of NZ parliament. The new Govt. has done as they stated & introduced a Medicinal Cannabis bill (part of their 100 day plan). There is not a lot of details, other than … Continue reading

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Two bills on medicinal

It is interesting seeing all the attention, suddenly that cannabis, esp. medicinal; is getting in Aotearoa/NZ.. from a trickle to an mini-flood. Last year the Greens (private members) bill for medicinal/therapeutic reform was drawn from the ballot. Now that they … Continue reading

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The answer;

THE ANSWER : Top (The Opportunities Party) are ‘in recess’ & the leader from 2017 election is standing down.. but I hear they will be back in 2020, in force.. the more the merrier folks; hopefully still pushing for herbal … Continue reading

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What happened to TOP ?

During the election campaign, just finished.. there was little talk about the ‘other minor parties’ besides the ones that got in Parliament. occasionally one would appear on a TV debate, but they had very strict rules on who could get … Continue reading

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attitudes change

I had a few recent conversations with the ‘older generation’ being the generation, I grew up with; (1960s born) & a few of the younger ones too. It seems that the ranks of ‘still smoke herb’ over 50, are actually … Continue reading

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