Australia Cannabis crowd feels the love for Greens

17:11  20 april  2018
17:11  20 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Greens leader Richard Di Natale addresses a Melbourne rally in support of legalising cannabis . "The people who love the fact that cannabis is illegal are people who make a hell of a lot of money of it and it's people like you who suffer the consequences," he told the relaxed crowd .

A cannabis - loving crowd in Melbourne has welcomed a visit from Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale with plans to legalise marijuana.

Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale has found some support in the heart of Melbourne for his party's campaign to legalise cannabis.

Amid a haze of smoke in a city park on Friday, when attendees at a 420 rally freely dragged on bongs and joints, the senator and former drug and alcohol doctor took to the stage.

"The people who love the fact that cannabis is illegal are people who make a hell of a lot of money of it and it's people like you who suffer the consequences," he told the relaxed crowd.

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A cannabis - loving crowd in Melbourne has welcomed a visit from Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale with plans to legalise marijuana.

Cannabis crowd feels the love for Greens . A cannabis - loving crowd in Melbourne has welcomed a visit from Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale with plans to legalise marijuana.

The minor party on Monday went public with its planned policy to decriminalise marijuana for recreational use, in a move that was swiftly rejected by the federal government.

The Greens argue there are social and financial benefits for Australia becoming a "more decent and compassionate country" by legalising cannabis and will take the policy to the next federal election.

"We are seeing an increase in the number of arrests associated with cannabis - nearly 80,000 people arrested last year, for doing what? For smoking a plant," Senator Di Natale continued.

Among Friday's crowd were people holding signs showing the Australian flag and the slogan "no bong, no belong".

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