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Marijuana is currently prohibited in Australia, with a combination of Commonwealth and state or territory law used to enforce the restrictions.

We believe that laws prohibiting recreational marijuana use are an infringement on personal liberty and personal choice.

We are committed to the full legalisation of marijuana for medical, industrial and recreational use.
Motorcyclists should take a bow. The more people ride motorbikes, the more the rest of the community benefits.

Why do motorcyclists deserve to be thanked?

Because motorcycling in our cities significantly eases congestion. On the road and also with parking. Motorbikes use less fuel, produce fewer emissions and cause less road wear than other vehicles. In addition, up to five motorbikes can...
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Liberal Democrats
yesterday at 08:56. Facebook
David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW is attending a Politics in the Pub event hosted by LibertyWorks with Senator Malcolm Roberts and Andrew Laming MP.

You can watch the live event here.
Liberal Democrats
yesterday at 02:55. Facebook
We’ve run the numbers and the numbers don’t lie.
Liberal Democrats
12/01/2016 at 23:22. Facebook
Sam Kennard, who contested Joe Hockey’s North Sydney seat for the Liberal Democrats in the December 2015 by-election has lashed out at the Workplace Gender Equality Agency which costs taxpayers $5 million a year.

Sam's business was put on the WGEA name and shame list for not lodging a report every year detailing “gender equality indicators” such as male-to-female ratios and salaries.

Sam had...
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Kennards Storage boss calls for gender cop to be abolished

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Liberal Democrats
12/01/2016 at 21:19. Facebook
"This is the exact opposite of an evidence-based approach. They are treating e-cigarettes as a dangerous and addictive product, despite no evidence to support that view."

The Greens: drugs ok, e-cigarettes evil

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Liberal Democrats
12/01/2016 at 07:09. Facebook
David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW has started a blog on his website where you can keep up to date with the latest news in politics.

In his first blog, Senator Leyonhjelm talks about how, with your support, the power of grassroots political campaigns can become stronger than ever.

But we need your help to overcome the advantage the major parties have.

We're asking all Liberal...
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It’s certainly an interesting time in politics.

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Liberal Democrats
12/01/2016 at 01:33. Facebook
Not content with a standard two day public holiday period, the Victorian Government has decided to make Christmas day a public holiday as well, meaning that for three days straight employers will have to pay employee wages at 275%

This ill conceived decision will do nothing more than ensure that some small businesses will stay closed over the public holiday period. This will result in...
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Restaurant and Catering Australia condemns Victorian government’s public holiday decision

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Liberal Democrats
11/30/2016 at 04:30. Facebook
With the support of David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW, the Government's ABCC bill has passed 36 votes to 33.

This was after we negotiated a number of amendments to ensure that Australians do not suffer a net reduction in their liberties through what Senator Leyonhjelm calls "liberty offsets".

Firstly, the Government has agreed to support our amendment to remove the bills’...
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Liberal Democrats
11/30/2016 at 00:36. Facebook
New laws and regulations are introduced every day by politicians that place more control on average Australians.

This week LDP Senator David Leyonhjelm negotiated with the Government on the ABCC bill to make sure that if we introduce coercive measures somewhere, that we offset this impact to liberty by introducing freedoms elsewhere.

David calls this principle the ‘Freedom Offset’.

Tell us...
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Liberal Democrats
11/28/2016 at 04:57. Facebook
We are happy to announce that David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW has come to an agreement with the Government over the passage of the ABCC Bill after negotiating a number of major amendments.

A transcript of his announcement is below;

"As you know, as a libertarian, I have never been happy with coercive aspects of the Bill.

On the other hand, the Royal Commission demonstrated...
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Liberal Democrats
11/27/2016 at 23:24. Facebook
"Nick Xenophon can go and get [expletive deleted]" - David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW

These sound like very harsh words, until you realise that Nick Xenophon is willing to see the rest of Australia's farming communities go broke so long as South Australia is okay.

If the Government gives in to Xenophon, based on the absurd notion that SA needs to take even more water from the...
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Senator fights Mr X on ‘absurd Murray River ransom’

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The major political parties continue to fiddle with the rules in their ongoing war on minor political parties. Like Macbeth they seem both infatuated with power and haunted by fear. "To be thus is nothing; But to be safely thus."

State Government’s latest proposal is just grubby vote-grabbing

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With their backpacker tax bills, the Liberal and National parties are raising revenue, discouraging backpackers to the detriment of Australian farmers, and doing the bidding of the unions.
We would like to take this opportunity to announce that we have passed the third and most important hurdle in order to become registered in Western Australia for the upcoming election!

This is all thanks to your involvement and commitment to help us build a better, freer Australia.

We couldn't have done any of this without our supporters and volunteers. For that, we are truly...
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Extract:

“We can all agree that domestic violence is abhorrent, and victims deserve support,” Leyonhjelm said.

“Given that the Australian Bureau of Statistics tells us that 1 in 3 victims of domestic violence is male, do you think male victims deserve a proportional level of support services as female victims?”

Greens senator Larissa Waters loudly answered: “No.”

Senator Says Domestic Violence Education Is "Public Shaming Based On Gender"

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This is what happens when wowsers lay down blanket restrictions that destroys a city’s nightlife and impacts the hospitality industry.

This kind of result is no surprise if you allow people who have forgotten the last time they had a good time out to set the rules for everyone else in our biggest city.

It's not you, it's us: Time Out Cities Index reveals Sydney is one of the least-fun places to live

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Who is responsible for keeping you, your family and your property safe? Is it the police, the locks on your doors, or is it you? As the saying goes, when the seconds count, the police are minutes away.

Australian law prevents you from having the means to defend yourself. That includes things like knives or clubs, and defensive items such as pepper spray. Even wearing a bullet proof vest is...
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Last night, David Leyonhjelm - Liberal Democrats Senator NSW moved a disallowance motion in the Senate to repeal the import ban on 7 shot lever action shotguns.

Unfortunately the motion was voted down by the government with support from Labor and the Greens, despite the government's original commitment to repeal the import ban.

Of the more than 800,000 firearm owners in Australia, relatively...
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Government shoots down Adler bid

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The University of Sydney has been considering a proposal to ban the sale and promotion of sugary soft drinks on campus. This is absolutely ridiculous and suggests the university management does not trust their own students when they get thirsty.

There was a time not so long ago when university students were treated like adults and trusted to figure things out for themselves.

While academics...
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