Victoria to legalise medicinal marijuana

The reform would ensure no parent would be put in the "terrible position to save your child or obey the law"
18 December 2014
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A bill to legalise medical marijuana could be put to Victoria's parliament before the end of next year, with the Labor government determined to reform the state's drug laws. Premier Daniel Andrews said that the Victorian Law Reform Commission had been asked to submit a report in August next year to determine not if, but when and how the laws should change to allow terminally and chronically ill people access to medicinal marijuana. (See also: National marijuana legalisation inches closer with new bill)

The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Friday, December 19, 2014