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8J .         Cannabis intervention session

        (1)         The purpose of a cannabis intervention session is to inform those who complete it about —

            (a)         the adverse health and social consequences of cannabis use; and

            (b)         the laws relating to the use, possession and cultivation of cannabis; and

            (c)         effective strategies to address cannabis using behaviour.

        (2)         The CEO (Health) may, in writing, do any of the following —

            (a)         having regard to subsection (1), approve the content of a cannabis intervention session;

            (b)         approve treatment providers to provide cannabis intervention sessions;

            (c)         give an approval under paragraph (b) subject to conditions to be obeyed by the treatment provider approved;

            (d)         cancel or amend an approval given under paragraph (a) or (b).

        (3)         For the purposes of this section, this Act is to be taken to be a relevant Act as referred to in the Health Legislation Administration Act 1984 section 9.

        [Section 8J inserted: No. 45 of 2010 s. 6.]

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