Fines for those caught in possession of unapproved 'legal highs'
By Duncan Wilson
The government has unveiled more details of its crackdown on the legal high industry.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne is coming down hard on the industry which he calls "ridiculous and irresponsible".
The new regime, which will begin in June next year, could see sellers of unregistered, untested products spend up to eight years in prison.
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Then there are the spot fines; consumers could also find themselves with a $300 fine if found in possession of illegal psychoactive substances.
One wonders what symbol the government will use to distinguish their 'approved psychoactive substances' from the 'unapproved' bad eggs.
Here's my suggestion of what the government approval symbol could look like:
Peter Dunne's 'Coiffe Approved' legal highs - what the government approval symbol could look like
What the government approval symbol could look like in action on a packet of Kronic.
We put our suggested logo to Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne and he clearly approves!