Australia legalises growing medicinal marijuana crops, once and for all

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The benefits of medicinal marijuana have been extolled by United States residents for a while, and now it’s Australia’s turn.  

After passing legislation in February, this Sunday saw the Narcotic Drugs Amendment Bill 2016 come into being. This means people or organisations in Australia are now able to apply for a license to cultivate and manufacture medical cannabis in Australia.  

How does one apply? (We hear you asking.) Well don’t get too excited, recreational weed-smokers. The Office of Drug Control will accept applications for cannabis cultivation from people deemed “fit and proper.”  Read more…

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