Australian Christian Lobby statement regarding pill testing
Recent drug-related deaths at festivals over the holiday period have renewed the push for pill testing in Australia
The Australian Christian Lobby notes that drugs are inherently unsafe regardless of whether they have been tested. For example, 15-year-old Anna Wood died from ecstasy not because it was tainted, but because of the idiosyncratic effects of any illicit drug.Read more
Proposed increased penalties for possession of cannabis by the South Australian government as reported in the Advertiser on Monday 2 July have been welcomed by Australian Christian Lobby.Read more
Politicians in Victoria need to restore trust and build integrity following the revelations of electoral fraud in addition to a myriad of broken social policy commitments by the governing Labor Party, according to the Australian Christian Lobby, a non-party partisan lobby group.Read more
Only a few days out from the election and Labor has still not responded to our questionnaire on behalf of its candidates.
Do they have something to hide?Read more
Tasmania is traditionally a Labor dominated state: Of 21 elections contested by the Liberal Party, only six have gone their way.
Coming off a 16-year Labor rule, the Liberals were elected in a landslide victory in 2014 gaining 15 of the 25 lower house seats.Read more