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Campbell Live

Banks, Brash, Epsom weigh in on cannabis debate

Monday 26 Sep 2011 7:00p.m.

Banks, Brash, Epsom weigh in on cannabis debate

Should cannabis be decriminalised?

ACT Party leader Don Brash thinks so – and he’s not alone. The Green Party have been suggesting cannabis law reform for many, many years.

They’ve been ridiculed by the political establishment for it.

Now Dr Brash, a former Governor of the Reserve Bank, is saying it is effectively a victimless crime and one that costs a great deal of time, money and effort by police.

ACT is only in Parliament because they won the Epsom electorate and ACT’s candidate in Epsom – John Banks – is the former Minister of Police and a hardline anti-drugs politician.

Campbell Live talks to Dr Brash, Mr Banks and the people of Epsom

 
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