Legalizing ranch land is an option for many Australians who want to grow their own cannabis, according to a new federal memo.
The legalisation of ranch land in Australia is one of a series of legal initiatives aimed at expanding access to cannabis in the country, which saw the legalization of medicinal marijuana in November.
The memo from the Federal Government’s legal and constitutional affairs department states that a number of issues need to be considered before the state can make the transition to cannabis legal.
It is also a document to help people understand how the cannabis industry operates and to help develop a new system to regulate cannabis in Australia.
“The legal and cultural landscape of Australia is changing and evolving rapidly,” the memo states.
“Cannabis is now widely available, in some form, in many states and jurisdictions and, as such, cannabis use is increasing in many areas of the country.”
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the active ingredient in cannabis, but it is also known as cannabidivarin (CBN), a name that is also used to refer to the oil that can be extracted from it.
“Currently, cannabis is illegal in most states in Australia, including Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia and the ACT.”
The Cannabis Act makes it illegal to produce, manufacture, import, supply, transport, supply or possess with intent to supply or supply a substance that contains any amount of CBD or THC, or both.
“While the current law is a long-standing legal regime, many of the issues are more complex, complex and evolving than the legal framework currently exists.” “
A number of legal challenges have been raised against the cannabis law in Australia,” the document states.
“While the current law is a long-standing legal regime, many of the issues are more complex, complex and evolving than the legal framework currently exists.”
The memo, published in the Federal Register on Wednesday, provides advice on how the government can make a transition to legalising ranch land, including a “consultation” with the industry to find out what issues people are most concerned about and the legal frameworks that would need to change in order for the state to implement the legislation.
The document states that it was not designed to “convey the view that cannabis is safer than tobacco or alcohol”.
The memorandum also states the government must be “aware of the potential consequences” of any changes to the legal regime and the impact they could have on other areas of health, education, health promotion and research.
In a statement on Thursday, the Australian Cannabis Industry Association said the federal government was “actively engaging” with stakeholders to understand the “complex legal landscape” in Australia and how the legalisation could impact the industry.
“We’re very encouraged that the Federal government has acknowledged the importance of ensuring that the changes to cannabis laws can be achieved with appropriate consideration to public health, safety and the environment,” the association said.
“We look forward to a more transparent and consistent approach to change to ensure that Australia’s legal cannabis laws remain as relevant as they are today.”