Illicit drugs could be made legal if a Victorian MP gets her way, as se proposes a controversial bill in Parliament.
Fiona Patten, the leader of the Reason Party and Member for Northern Metropolitan Region, presented the contentious bill to the Victorian State Parliament on Wednesday.
Rather than being taken off the streets, she wants people found with drugs to be given ‘education’ or ‘treatment’ to combat their habit.
If passed, the bill would see the decriminalisation of the possession of small quantities of drugs including methamphetamines, ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis.
‘Instead of being given a criminal conviction or being taken to court or arrested, you will be given a treatment or education notice by the police,’ the MP said.
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