letsallcountsheep9 karma2021-02-18 21:24:15 UTC
How would we, lowly citizens, go about getting THC driving laws for prescribed users changed...? (In Australia)
Letters etc to our MPs always seems to fall on deaf ears or lead to empty promises.
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letsallcountsheep8 karma2021-02-18 23:23:25 UTC
Does this apply to cannabis as a whole, or is it something specifically related to THC? Can CBD be used by someone who is pregnant with low risk?
letsallcountsheep2 karma2021-02-18 22:05:07 UTC
It seems like a really shitty reality where one of the more effective ways to drive change is for people to risk being tested positive, and then have to mount their own defense to try and get to critical mass in order to try and enact change 🤦🏼♂️
On that note, have there been any studies on the efficacy of the roadside drug tests (drugswipe etc), and how easily they can be influenced? Is it unrealistic to say if there are quality research articles out there highlighting how inaccurate the tests can be, then that might push for them to be dropped (imagine if an Alcolyzer or a laser/radar gun were to return false readings because of adulterants or oral hygiene or just the way the planets were aligned...)
letsallcountsheep1 karma2021-02-18 21:42:21 UTC
There is a massive supply problem here in Australia, especially for flower (not to mention the cost...) - short of breaking the law or moving to the ACT and growing our own, what do you foresee changing policy and law wise to alleviate this, and when?
Or do the politicians think everything is fine and just don’t care?
letsallcountsheep1 karma2021-02-18 22:53:36 UTC
Thanks for taking the time to provide these answers 👍🏻
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