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The consequences of the Psychoactive Substances Bill – our shame

15 July 2013 5 comments

On 11 July 2013, the Psychoactive Substances Bill had it’s third and final reading passed. It now requires only Royal Assent from the Governor Geneneral to be passed into law.

Green MP, Mojo Mathers, attempted to pass an amendment that would have banned testing of party pills and synthetic cannabis on animals.

This was voted down by National, Peter Dunne, and  Brendan Horan. The NZ First caucus abstained.

So, for the pleasure of a bunch of pot heads and party-goers, these drugs will be tested on animals like these,




Are we happy now?



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