Green Party’s Views on Marijuana ‘Dopey’ and Dangerous

Friday, April 12, 2013

Media Release 12 April 2013 Family First NZ is labeling statements by Greens co-leader Metiria Turei regarding the benefits to Maori of growing marijuana as dangerous and dopey,…

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Backdown on Banning School Drug Searches Welcomed

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Media Release 13 March 2013 Family First NZ is welcoming a Government backdown on a proposed law change to ban schools from drug testing or searching students for…

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Ban on School Drug Searches Labelled ‘Dopey’, Dangerous

Friday, December 28, 2012

Media Release 28 Dec 2012 Family First NZ is labeling a proposed law change to ban schools from drug testing or searching students for drugs as dopey and…

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ACT Party Leader’s Call on Marijuana ‘Dopey’

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Media Release 24 September 2011 Family First NZ is labeling calls by ACT party leader Don Brash to decriminalise marijuana as dangerous and dopey, and questions how committed…

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Law Commission Report on Drugs ‘Flawed’ and ‘Dopey’

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Media Release 3 May 2011 Family First NZ is rejecting recommendations by the Law Commission to soften punishments for drug dealing and personal drug use, labeling the ideas…

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Govt Applauded For Strong Stand on Drug Laws

Friday, February 12, 2010

Media Release February 12, 2010 Family First NZ is congratulating the Minister of Justice Simon Power for rejecting the Law Commission’s proposals to soften the laws around drugs….

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Parents De-clawed by Rights Culture and Law Changes

Friday, June 6, 2008

Media Release June 6, 2008 Family First NZ says that the case of a Bay of Plenty couple feeling they could do nothing to stop their teenager growing…

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Prime TV Billboard totally inappropriate

Friday, August 4, 2006

Media Release 4 August 2006 Prime TV needs to show more social responsibility with its advertising billboards. Parents have been horrified to see a large billboard with a…

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