End Strip Searching. Decriminalise Drugs
It’s time for heavy-handed police tactics like strip searching to be consigned to history and all drugs decriminalised for personal use, says Greens MP and drug law reform spokesperson Cate Faehrmann.
Stop men having sex with women to stop abortion
Greens MP and health spokesperson Cate Faehrmann today spoke in favour of decrimimalising abortion in the NSW Legislative Council, saying:
Reproductive healthcare reform bill 2019
It won’t be a surprise to anyone that I’ll be supporting this bill. As it is before us.
Emergency wait times for mental health patients dangerous
Unacceptably long wait times for mental health patients in emergency departments is putting lives in danger, says Greens MP and mental health spokesperson Cate Faehrmann.
Climate Change Fund debate
The Hon. MARK LATHAM: I move: That this House supports the abolition of the NSW Climate Change Fund, which will deliver lower electricity bills across the State, and put an end to wasteful spending that has nothing to do with climate change.
Time to stop persecuting party-goers, decriminalise drug use
Greens MP and spokesperson for drug law reform & harm reduction, Cate Faehrmann, has today called out the NSW government’s failed drug laws and demanded an end to the persecution of people for simply wanting to have fun.
Emergency Department Responses to Mental Health Emergencies
Ms CATE FAEHRMANN: I move: That private members' business item No. 113 outside the order of precedence be considered in a short form format. Motion agreed to.
Tribute to Loredana Alessio-Mulhall – Private Members' Statement
On 13 April 2019 Loredana Alessio-Mulhall passed away. Loredana was a mother, a teacher, a lover of languages and a lover of plants. In May 2013 Loredana was in the Chamber when my voluntary euthanasia bill was debated. She spoke to the media and told her story.
Mental Health funding Question Without Notice
Ms CATE FAEHRMANN (12:06): In directing my question to the Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women, I refer to the Mental Health Infrastructure Program that was allocated $700 million over an undefined period, to only $14.68 million being spent in 2018-19 and only $22.33 million being allocated in this week's...