Month: November 2019

Assisted Suicide / Euthanasia – How they voted (3rd Reading)

The Campaign To PROTECT has now been launched. The 3rd and final reading of the assisted suicide / euthanasia bill happened last night. The only way the liberals were able to get the bill ‘across the line’ was to offer…

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Born at 24 weeks: mum of premature baby says thanks to Waikato NICU

Stuff co.nz 12 November 2019 Family First Comment: Powerful story! And at just 24 weeks, little Peter looks real human to us. What does he look like to MPs who support abortion? Terehia Rakatau-Emery was delighted the first time she heard…

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Cannabis-based medicines: Two drugs approved for NHS

BBC News 11 November 2019 Family First Comment: The way medicine should be administered “Doctors will be able to prescribe Epidyolex, for children with two types of severe epilepsy – Lennox Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome – which can cause multiple…

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Public & Work WiFi Should Block Porn

We’re proposing a number of bills to the government regarding the access to pornography in both public places, including schools and the work place. There has been an important national conversation around consent and ‘rape culture’. At the same time,…

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Sex therapist warns ‘aggressive, violent’ porn warping Kiwi kids’ views on sex

TVNZ One News 11 November 2019 Family First Comment: Acting Principal Youth Court Judge Tony FitzGerald says sexual offending by young people is being influenced by the easy access to extreme online pornography… [Y]oung Kiwis may not even be searching for…

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Bob McCoskrie: Stop playing Russian roulette with drugs

Family First Comment: If we take the justification for pill testing to its logical conclusion, should we also be testing the safety of illegal guns belonging to the gangs, set up a DOC testing programme to ensure that kereru illegally caught…

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Reasons Marijuana Legalization Seems To Be Failing

Forbes.com 5 November 2019 Family First Comment: Reasons marijuana legalisation seems to be failing: – Black market operates in plain sight, killing legal marijuana companies – Marijuana tax revenues are missing expectations – Marijuana arrests are actually increasing, despite When it…

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