We will continue to argue for sensible, evidence-based drug policy reform
— Treat addiction as a health issue, not a criminal issue, adopting the ‘Portuguese Model’
— Tax and regulate cannabis, taking revenue away from black market crime syndicates
— Trial prescription hydromorphine to break the central link between addiction and offending
— Take a ‘Four Pillar’ approach to drug‑related expenditure that adds ‘treatment’ to the existing pillars of demand reduction, supply reduction and harm reduction.
— Implement all 50 recommendations of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Drug Law Reform 2018
— Legalise e-cigarettes and vaping as a recognised nicotine replacement therapy
— Expanded Medically Supervised Injecting Centres based on the success of North Richmond
— Permit people who are prescribed medicinal cannabis to drive if their driving is not impaired, as per every other prescription medication.
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