HILLIER medicinal cannabis advocate Jenny Hallam’s drugs charges were doubled from two to four last week, as she found out she would face trial in February 2019.
HILLIER medicinal cannabis advocate Jenny Hallam has claimed federal health authorities are denying people access to the drug, as she tries to defend drugs charges on the basis of there being a medicinal need for her oil.
HILLIER woman Jenny Hallam, who’s admitted to producing medicinal cannabis oil for terminally ill people, described her actions as “morally the right thing to do” after pleading not guilty to her drugs charges last week.
HILLIER’S medicinal cannabis oil advocate, Jenny Hallam, has described 2017 as “absolute hell” for her, personally, and for the hundreds
of sick people she tried to help with her products.
PATIENT access to medicinal marijuana should be tightly controlled and subject to rigorous assessment, according to the state’s peak medical body.
HUNDREDS of medical cannabis supporters banded together to call on the State Government for further deregulation of the drug, following the recent raid on Hillier supplier Jenny Hallam’s property.
MEDICINAL cannabis supporters will rally together this Saturday, calling on the State Government to loosen marijuana restrictions in the wake of the recent raid on Hillier supplier Jenny Hallam’s property.
THE controversial debate over the legalisation of medical cannabis has been thrust into the statewide spotlight over the last month or so, thanks to a couple of news stories centring around The Bunyip’s circulation area.