Some of Australia's most high-profile medicinal cannabis advocates have banded together to launch a new campaign for better access to the drug.

Federal legislation passed last year was supposed to give patients access to cannabis for medicinal use but Lucy Haslam and Barry Lambert said it was harder to get than ever before.

They are asking Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for an amnesty on compassionate suppliers and for new Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt to take this opportunity to fix the regulations.

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Meredith Griffiths ~ ABC.net.au via 420Intel.com

 

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