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    Ok, I just had a mental image of my mum using thc for pain control..... for some reason in my mind she sounds rastafarian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Repeat for endone? What state are you in?
    You can get an authority repeat script.

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    Oh ok wow. Yeah never been given that option. Infact I'm not even allowed to touch the piece of paper or pick up my own scripts anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Repeat for endone? What state are you in?
    It was issued by her specialist at the hospital when she broke her shoulder, tore her rotator cuff and several other things (I lost count lol) in a really bad fall.

    I don't know if they are allowed to, I'm really not savvy in that area. For all I know, she wouldn't have been able to use it.

    NSW.

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    Sounds like a terrible fall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Sounds like a terrible fall
    Yeah, it was, she's had one surgery and is in the middle of getting her teeth repaired, still has another surgery to go. When my mum gets injured, she does it well!

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    Yes, absolutely I support it for medicinal use. There are plenty of far more dangerous drugs that are already available through prescription. I think the only reason it isn't allowed currently is political cowardice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    They're being abused anyway and through criminalisation clog up the justice system with being who are battling substance abuse.

    I don't believe de-criminalisation will increase the use of drugs - pretty sure myself, my mum or my pa are not going to go out and develop an ice addiction because it's now decriminalised.

    It's already easily available and de-criminalising begins taking back control of black markets.

    I don't believe prohibition works, people who are in jail should be receiving mental health care instead of punishment.

    Alcohol, cigarettes, valium, codeine etc are all also drugs of addiction.
    I agree 100%. If it is legal, doesn't make it any easier to get or to use. Nor does it increase use. People who want to use drugs will use regardless of it being legal or not. The common sense approach would be to have pharmaceutical companies produce it, so it would be safer and cheaper (and also taxed). This would effectively wipe out the black market and the huge expense that comes with the war on drugs. The crime that is associated with drugs, from cartels all the way down to basic break and enters is due to prohibition.


 

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