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The most harmful thing about drugs is that they're illegal

Calls by the Special Counsel assisting the Ice Inquiry to decriminalise all drugs should be a wakeup call for the Premier and all the evidence she needs to treat drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one according to Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and spokesperson for drug...



Medicinal cannabis access in NSW - Private Members Statement

Since 2016 medicinal cannabis has been legal in New South Wales. Despite this, significant barriers to its access remain. 




Water supply security - Adjournment Speech

As I speak communities throughout rural New South Wales are living in fear that they may not have water as early as next month.


Youth Mental health Services - Question to the Minister

My question is directed to Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women. 



AMENDMENTS - GAMBLING LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (ONLINE AND OTHER BETTING) BILL 2019

Ms CATE FAEHRMANN: By leave: I move The Greens amendments Nos 1 to 10 on sheet c2019-085E in globo:


GAMBLING LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (ONLINE AND OTHER BETTING) BILL 2019

I speak on behalf of The Greens in debate on the Gambling Legislation Amendment (Online and Other Betting) Bill 2019, which makes a series of amendments to the Betting and Racing Act 1998 and the Totalizator Act 1997 that are long overdue.



Barilaro’s Dam Stupid Idea

The Government’s plan to fast-track the approval and construction of dams in Western NSW will do nothing to prevent towns reaching ‘Day-Zero’ and is simply justification to avoid proper scrutiny of the environmental impacts of dams said Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and water spokesperson.


Greens move pill testing, decriminalisation and legalising cannabis bills to save lives.

Recommendations regarding pill testing and police harassment in the draft Coroner’s Report into Music Festivals Deaths are not surprising and must be urgently adopted by the Premier if she is serious about saving lives, said Greens MP and Drug Law Reform and Harm Reduction spokesperson Cate Faehrmann. 



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