A Drug Question Finally got Asked in Parliament

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PRISM asks the Australian Parliament about drug law reform:

A month or so ago, we partnered with OurSay (the social enterprise working at revitalising democratic engagement) to crowd source a question on drugs and get it asked in parliament. On Tuesday, Greens Senator Richard Di Natale put the People’s Question to the government.

Illicit substances have been off the national agenda since early last year, when a group of ex-government figures released a report saying prohibition has failed. The Attorney-General at the time, Nicola Roxon, said the government would not even look into decriminalisation, much less legalisation.

Read more here: http://www.vice.com/read/a-drug-question-finally-got-asked-in-parliament

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