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Breaking the law to ease suffering

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Though they claim to be leading the way in pushing for safe access to medicinal cannabis, the Tasmanian Government are yet to implement the controlled access scheme.

Frustrated that so many families are currently breaking the law, simply by using the only effective method capable of easing the pain, Fairsy is calling for something to be done now, with no more delays.

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