The Science Party has endorsed James Noonan for the seat of Longman in Queensland on a platform of secularity, health care and education initiatives
“The advancement of scientific knowledge is one of our greatest undertakings and the communication of that knowledge should be at the forefront of modern politics. This focus facilitates practical evidence based approaches to resource allocation and funding.”
Whilst raising his family in Queensland, James completed a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice from Griffith University. His studies fostered an interest in the broad spectrum of Australian politics and he has been a strong proponent of the marriage equality campaign, legalisation of cannabis and the separation of religion and state movements
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