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Do You Drive In Australia?

Then – Until Unjust Current Laws Are Changed – Do Not Use Cannabis.

Cannabis molecules can be detected in your blood and saliva for days and, in some cases, weeks after you consume cannabis.

Under current law — if you are stopped for a random saliva test, and any illegal substance is detected, you can be charged with drug driving.

You can then be fined and suffer suspension of your licence.

You can be branded permanently as a “drug violator”, and even lose your job.

All of this happened to a young Queensland man – as a consequence of being pulled over, at random, three days after consuming cannabis.

Of course, we are outraged by all of this. If you agree with us, tell your local MP!

Detailed article on Commonwealth and state laws