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Use of cannabis for medical purposes

Use of cannabis for medical purposes

This Inquiry was established by the Legislative Council on Thursday 22 November 2012 to inquire and report on the use of cannabis for medical purposes. The Inquiry will examine the efficacy and safety of using cannabis for medical purposes; if and how cannabis should be supplied for medical use; the legal implications and issues concerning the use of cannabis for medical purposes and any other related matters. The Inquiry will examine a range of modes by which the chemical properties of cannabis may be accessed for therapeutic purposes, from smoking of the plant to the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products consumed in nasal sprays, tablet or other forms.
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Resolution passed Thursday 22 November 2012 LC Minutes No. 122, Item 4 p 1425; amended Tuesday 19 March 2013, LC Minutes No. 132, Item 6, p 1544.
 Terms of reference - Inquiry into the use of cannabis for medical purposes.pdf