Council election campaigns for Solidarity candidates are well underway across Scotland.
In Fife, Bill Mair is standing for Burntisland, Kinghorn & Western Kirkcaldy, while Craig Duncan is standing for Leven, Kennoway & Largo.
A series of public meetings has been set up, to allow people the opportunity to meet Solidarity candidates and find out more about our policies.
Following this, there is a meeting in Burntisland on April 10th about legalising of cannabis and other drugs, Does Prohibition Work?.
* Former police inspector James Duffy representing LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)
* Lynn Cameron, a cancer survivor who self-medicated incurable cancer using cannabis oil
* Bernadette McCready, Legalise Cannabis campaigner
The aim of LEAP is to reduce the multitude of unintended harmful consequences resulting from fighting the war on drugs and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime and addiction by ultimately ending drug prohibition.
Lynn Cameron will speak on her succesful battle with stage 4 glio blastoma brain cancer and the crucial role that cannabis oil had played in curing the supposedly incurable condition.
Come along to what is sure to be a very informative meeting, and have your say.
Street stalls and leafletting will continue in Leven, Kennoway & Largo ward, as well as Burntisland, Kinghorn and Western Kirkcaldy ward right up to polling day of May 4th.