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Kronic crackdown

By johnboy - 20 June 2013 4

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The Office of Regulatory Services is directing attention to Competition and Consumer Act 2010 – Consumer Protection Notice No. 3 of 2013 – Imposition of Interim Ban on Certain Consumer Goods Containing Synthetic Drug Substances:

The effect of this Notice is to ban the supply of such consumer goods for a period of 60 days from the day this Notice is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.

Particulars of Consumer Goods

Goods (other than food, confectionery, tobacco or tobacco products, or goods entered on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods) the use of which involves, or includes, the good being introduced into the body (whether through ingestion, injection, inhalation, smoking, or any other means) and that:

are known by, or contain any of, the following names (or any similar names) or are otherwise represented to be equivalent to:

a) White Revolver

b) Ash Inferno

c) Kyote

d) K2

e) Kronic

f) Black Widow

g) Buddha Express Black Label

h) Iblaze Tropic Thunder

i) I Blaze

j) Galaxy Ultra Nova

k) Skunk

l) Circus Deluxe

[Photo courtesy Wikipedia, (CC BY-SA 3.0)]

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4 Responses to
Kronic crackdown
Jim Jones 3:34 pm 21 Jun 13

MarkG said :

What benefit is served by turning a legal industry into an illegal industry? The only drug to have consistently declined in use over the last 40 years is cigarettes.

LSD

MarkG 2:46 pm 21 Jun 13

What benefit is served by turning a legal industry into an illegal industry? The only drug to have consistently declined in use over the last 40 years is cigarettes.

Roundhead89 1:44 am 21 Jun 13

I supported Eros right through the 1980s and ’90s with their campaigns against the banning of x-rated videos and DVDs but they’re on a loser with this one. I understand they have to keep their members in business in these days of free Net porn but fighting for the right to be drug dealers in the face of the overwhelming evidence that these products cause serious mental health issues and death is not a good look and taints the whole adult entertainment industry.

Masquara 9:05 pm 20 Jun 13

Why I wonder is the Eros Foundation pontificating against this drug ban? I thought Swan and Fiona Patten had always downplayed any link between dangerous drugs and the sex industry?

http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2011/s3252171.htm

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