Cannabis News

Dear St Albans Residents
Thank you for the opportunity to share our poilcies
and what they mean for the voter.

The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party exists to legalise cannabis for
recreational, spiritual, medicinal and industrial puroposes,
to empower people to work together for peace and true justice;
and to institute a proper and just balance between the power of
the state and the rights of the individual. We believe
adults have the freedom of choice unless that choice harms
other people or the planet.

Our minumum policy programme is for:
1. R18 Recreational Industry:
Dutch style cafes have worked for
around 50 years in Holland, indicating ho harms to society with among
the lowest teen pregnancies, suicide and drug up take in the
world. Their prison population is on the decline and we are
building more prisons for our increasing prison population.

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Hemp has 50,000 industrial uses and can replace the mining, forestry and oil industries by itself if embraced.
What does Mike Hoskings say to that?
"Well just cos you can make stuff out of it doesn't make it cool!"
No Wonder It's Still Illegal with blindly foolish commentators like this influencing the way kiwis think!

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Thanks to Ursula Ansell and the Manukau Campus AUT crew who gave us the time to put across polices that will ACTUALLY change New Zealand!
Introducing our Co-Leaders Maki Herbert & Leff Lye!
& Social Media Advisor Vinny Eastwood


If your basing your vote around the pro-Cannabis movement then there is only one logical party to vote for and that is the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party. The A.L.C.P is the only political party that has cannabis law reform as it's number one priority.

"Let's not forget Matiria Turei stood as a candidate for ALCP  back in 1996, Yes that's right folks this year the ALCP is 21 yrs old. Ms Turei has now been the co leader of the Greens since 2009 and very little has been done with regards to Cannabis Law Reform. Now with the Greens going into partnership with the Labour Party, The issue will more than likely remain stagnant," party leader Jeff Lye said.

"We know there will be no change under a National led Government and Gareth Morgans Opportunities Party has other policies that will take precedence over Cannabis Law Reform. The rest of the political parties don't have a lot to say on the issue basically 'sitting on the fence'."


The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party turns 21 this year and is optimistic for change.

The Party applauds Ross Bell from the Drug Foundation organising a conference on Drug Law Reform at Parliament last week.

The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party wishes Abe Gray all the best with the The Opportunities Party, but thinks he is being overly optimistic about its chances of success.

ALCP Leader Jeff Lye said TOP was a new party that would probably fail to make the 5% threshold.

Lye said new parties usually fade away after one election cycle and generally do not keep going to give it another go, once they fail to gain MPs.