The question is do we want to help people, cure them of illness, ease their sufferring, or do we want to create a criminal enviroment.
It's a fact that if a high value is placed on a commodity, crime is close by.

Following up on our aricle: NSW claims improvements to medicinal cannabis access, but what about the cost?


The NSW Opposition is keeping the pressure on the Berejiklian Government to remove obstacles blocking access to legalised medicinal cannabis.

Doctors and patients have repeatedly complained about long processing times and repeated applications.

Researcher warns medical community to start educating patients or they will seek information elsewhere.

If marijuana is legalized, cancer patients will choose it as their preferred medicine, according to a new survey from one of the nation’s leading cancer research facilities.

Regarding the article recently puiblished by ABC and reference to the video;
Steve Peak says Suli's seizures dropped by 90%.His GP said it's likely that medicinal cannabis reduced the frequency and severity of Suli's seizures.

Not too long ago, a 50-year-old man from Illinois was diagnosed with “incurable inoperable” lung and pericardial heart sac cancer. The doctors told him he had about a year to live, but could opt to undergo chemotherapy to extend his life.

It's been in all the media for the past few days " NSW Government's decision to slash red tape will remove a "huge hurdle" for patients trying to access cannabis"
I ask why has this taken so long, the problem has been obvious since the government legalised medical cannabis?