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    QLD Laws

    With Campbell looking for a new job, did he get his anti vaping, mandatory stupid laws gazetted?

    Or, can I visit QLD safely now?


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    Got them through unfortunately, came into law in early january. But than fcuk that the little hitler has gone. Some scarey shit he has started to bringm and brought in, Nearly back to the Bjelke-Petersen days.
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    Other than not seeing the market vendors anymore, no change to anything at all.

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    What's the actual substance of the new laws?
    WRT vaping.


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    No advettising, Vaping treated the same as smoking with regards to where. Nicotine same as before.

    No real noticeable changes to how I treated it anyhow. There are restrictions on how close to schools, hospitals etc, But they have never fazed me. Always respected them before.

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    It appears likely that Labor will win the election. How do you think that will affect this, and any other aspect to do with vaping in Qld?
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    It won't affect anything.

    The laws were pro vaping. PVs are recognised under the tobacco act.
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    Cant see any real change at all. The latest lot of regulations at least legitimised the equipment and is probably a good benchmark for some form of better regulation to be introduced. At least they didnt ban them.

    Whether the legislation they bring in will be kinder or BT/BP based is yet to be seen.

    I cannot see them reversing the legislation that they brought in in January. There vaping part of it was an add on to a good piece of law covering quite a lot of other health related issues. These others desperately needed addressing.


    The furure :unknown: though still. But positive.
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    Not even on the radar.


    For them or us.
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    I thought they (Labor) might make it tougher for vapers (although TBH it's only Conservative states that have taken a stand one way or the other).
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