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Add your voice and help change Australia’s unfair driving laws
Currently, hundreds of thousands of medical cannabis patients across the country risk fines and mandatory loss of licence due to outdated driving laws.
Patients should not be forced to decide between their freedom of movement and their prescription medication. As a society, we should not be criminalising those using legally prescribed medicine.
The answer is simple: change these discriminatory laws.
Sign the petition in your state and demand that the law be changed so that patients can drive after using medical cannabis, as long as they’re not impaired and have taken their medication in accordance with a valid prescription.
The science is settled, with decades of in-the-field evidence from around the world showing no justification for a punitive, zero-tolerance approach.
That’s why we’re advocating for fairer laws that treat medical cannabis like any other prescription medication.
Together we can create a fairer system for the hundreds of thousands of Australians who rely on medical cannabis to feel and live better.
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26th October 2023
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Sign the petition in your state
The Victorian government announced it intends to hold a “closed road” trial for medical cannabis patients. While a positive step, this is a delaying tactic that will cause medical cannabis patients needless distress. Sign the petition below to demand action.
New South Wales
The Legalise Cannabis party has proposed laws to exempt medical cannabis patients from drug driving laws if they’re unimpaired. However, the NSW government has yet to commit to any reform timeline. Sign the petition below to demand action.
You are breaking the law in Queensland if you drive with any detectable level of THC in your saliva or blood - no matter if your driving is affected or not. The Queensland Government is yet to consider reform. Sign the petition below to demand action.