Sue Grey Legal Fund NZ
- $1,750.00 donated
- 30 generous donors
Sue Grey Lawyer from Nelson, New Zealand is taking our Ministry of Health to High Court to release CBD from the Misuse of Drugs ct 1975.
CBD is the non psychoactive ingredient in Hemp and Cannabis. Its healing ability is world reknown and only Australia and NZ ban its use. This natural non-toxic health supplement needs to be available as a prescription or over the counter medication to thousands of New Zealanders. Sue's time so far has been free, however to continue into court we need your help with funding.
All funds raised will pay Sue Greys Legal expenses incurred with this case. It includes her time, travel, telephone accounts and court fees. Accounts will be kept to be verified of all expenses.
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My name is Rose Renton, I have been involved since my son Alex Renton was the first New Zealander to use CBD (Elixinol) medicine while in an induced coma in Wellington ICU in 2015. Alex died aged 19, on 1st July 2015 after 88 days in ICU. Permission given by Peter Dunne (Ass. Health Minister) took weeks due to unnecessary paperwork delays and lack of education by both our government and health officals at hospital. I have been working with Sue Grey ever since to enable change to our current laws to bring CBD to NZ patients.
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Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Sue Grey.
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