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Abortion no crime, say Greens

Stuff co.nz 7 June 2014 The Greens have ratified a policy on abortion, which would get rid of a process a certified consultant says is “perfectly workable”. Abortion is a crime under the Crimes Act, and is legal only if…

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Greens don’t care about children any more

Greens want to decriminalise abortion Radio NZ News 6 June 2014 The Green Party has ratified a formal policy on abortion, making it the only party in Parliament to have one. It would legislate to decriminalise abortion and protect the…

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The Nat’s position on cannabis

Thank you for contacting me regarding cannabis legislation in New Zealand. This Government has no plans to change the legal status of cannabis. We do not think that there are any benefits for decriminalising or legalising cannabis, for medicinal purposes…

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Canada gets it right on prostitution!

Canada’s new prostitution law 3News 5 June 2014 Canada’s attorney-general has unveiled a law that makes it legal to sell sex to individuals but illegal to buy it, after the high court struck down an anti-prostitution law. The new law…

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Is There a Gay Teen Suicide Epidemic?

LiveScience 8 October 2010 In the wake of the suicide death of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi, the nation’s attention has been focused on what many have called an epidemic of gay teen suicides. For example, Ciara Thomas, a writer…

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The Cinderella Law: Emotional correctness gone mad (UK)

The Independent 5 June 2014 Whatever the intention of the promoters of the new “Cinderella Law”, its main accomplishment will be to turn the emotional landscape of family life into a dangerous battlefield. The aim of this law is to…

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Kids online a challenge for parents

NZ Herald 5 June 2014 Kiwi parents believe their children spend too much time online and more are using digital technology as a babysitter, a survey says. The report from online security company AVG Technologies also found 31 per cent…

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Plea to govt post election: crack down on alcohol

NZ Herald 5 June 2014 Church and health leaders are calling on all parties in the upcoming election to raise the price of alcohol and phase out alcohol advertising and sponsorship. A four-point “call for action on alcohol”, issued today,…

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Internet Party leader wants cannabis decriminalised

OneNews 4 June 2014 Internet Party leader Laila Harre wants cannabis to be decriminalised. Ms Harre says it’s her personal view and the Internet Party itself is yet to finalise its policy on the issue. However, she says the party…

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