Helen Kelly has called for a Citizen's Initiated Referendum (CIR) on cannabis laws after Labour rejected her bid for a Parliamentary created referendum.
Helen Kelly helped Labour draft a legislation to create the referendum but Little later denied his party was even working on such a plan.
Out of desperation, Kelly has by-passed Labour and taken to Twitter to promote a cannabis CIR.
Andrew Little appears to be the one with brain damage given his outdated rhetoric on cannabis, according to the Cannabis Party.
"Conjuring up tired Nixonian drug war era propaganda and seemingly justifying unfair workplace drug testing policies makes Labour look dopey," Cannabis Party leader Julian Crawford said.
"At the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy conference in Auckland last week, international experts agreed that the only way to minimise harms from youth use of cannabis is to end prohibition by decriminalising and regulating it."
The Cannabis Party are defending Wicked Camper's right to freedom of speech, relating to cannabis references, following an "offensive ruling" by the chief censor.
The censor's ruling has been labeled as an offensive publication by the Cannabis Party leader Julian Crawford, who has referred the ruling to the censor.
Evidence has been produced by the Cannabis Party to verify its claims about Labour's two question referendum on cannabis.
Photographs of legislation written by the Clerk of Parliament on behalf of Labour MP Damien O'Connor, back up the Cannabis Party's claims.
The Cannabis Party was forced to release evidence of the legislation after a misinformed Labour spokesperson said the referendum's existence was "absolute rubbish" and "nonsense".
The Cannabis Party leader Julian Crawford is standing by his statement on a cannabis referendum despite claims it is nonsense.
Labour is rubbishing claims it is backing a referendum on decriminalising cannabis, following a statement from the Cannabis Party.
Cannabis Party leader Julian Crawford says the vibe he'd got from Labour leader Andrew Little was that he "sounded positive" the idea of a referendum was being progressed by Labour.
Labour leader Andrew Little is backing a referendum to decriminalise cannabis, despite reservations from his deputy leader.
Mr Little spoke out publicly in favour of the proposal, following a plea from Helen Kelly, to hold referenda on medical and recreational cannabis at the next election.
The Cannabis Party confirmed it had been assisting Labour to prepare the referendum legislation, which would soon be introduced as a private member's bill.
Grey Power's national president has spoken in support of a Northland chapter promoting the legalisation of medicinal cannabis, despite it being one of the "more unusual" causes taken up by a local group.
However, Grey Power federation president Tom O'Connor stressed the national organisation did not yet have an official stance on medicinal cannabis and would take a science-based approach if the issue was to come before the board. But, he said, local chapters were entitled to take on their own causes.
"We don't intrude on their autonomy," he said.