Marijuana Law Reform Down The List

Published: Mon 21 Aug 2000 05:09 PM
Marijuana law reform is not high on the Government’s list of priorities, despite a new poll which shows 60 percent of New Zealanders support legalisation or decriminalisation of the drug.
Prime Minister Helen Clark said she wouldn’t rate marijuana law reform terribly highly as a priority for the Government. She said the government had more important work to do.

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