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This election is so important, but unfortunately we don't have the financial backing that many of the religious right-wing parties do. But we do have wonderful supporters like you.We can only continue to stand up for your freedom with your help.
Remember, donations by individuals to political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year, are tax deductible.
- $50 will print how to vote cards for a polling booth.
- $100 will pay for petrol and sausages for a regional volunteer recruitment sausage sizzle
- $150 will pay for enough t-shirts to spread the yellow love in one electorate on election day
- $500 could get us on the television!
- $1,000 will help pay for a billboard
Every dollar helps. Even if you can only spare $5 we can make $5 go a long way!
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New Zealand Drug Regulation Leaves Australia For Dead
New Zealand’s new drug laws are already showing a marked reduction in harm across the country according to one NZ MP. Labour’s Associate Health Spokesperson, Iain Lees-Galloway, told Channel 10’s The Project on Wednesday night, that, “The reports from the emergency departments are that fewer young people are experiencing harmful effects and that’s because our legislation has allowed us to get the harmful stuff off the shelves.”
New Zealand’s Psychoactive Substances Act passed with an overwhelming majority last year (119 of 120 MPs supporting it) and there are now 170 places in NZ where adults can buy 41 tested strains of “legal high”, mimicking the effects of marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy.
Obama-marijuana censorship threatens ABC credibility: Sex Party
Dr John Jiggens
On the tenth of February the ABC published on its website a Fact Check of a claim made by Barack Obama that ‘marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol’.
This Fact Check did not even look at the number of deaths attributed to the two drugs, the main reason people say cannabis is safer than alcohol, before concluding Obama’s claims were ‘unsubstantiated’.