Patients taking cannabinoid-based medicines are no different to those taking ARTG listed medications with similar if not more significant side-effects affecting cognitive functioning. These are people with livelihoods, jobs, perhaps children, and other responsibilities that depend on their freedom to drive. There is no reason why these people shouldn’t have the same freedoms as those taking other medications, so long as they are not intoxicated to the point of impairment.
Cannabis Improved His Life After the Army, but Driving Laws Stand in the Way of His Freedom
Cody is sharing his experience as part of our “Personal Stories” series, inviting medicinal cannabis patients to share with the community how drug driving laws are impacting their quality of life. If you’d like to share your story, please email us at email@example.com Hi, my name is Cody. I’m 30 years old living with my […]Read more
One Size Does Not Fit All: Mick Palmer on the Need for Fit-For-Purpose Driving Laws in Australia
Former Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police speaks to Drive Change about the need for fit-for-purpose drug driving laws.Read more