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Legalise Cannabis Australia did well at the ballot box – but reform is most likely to come from a cautious approach

By Jarryd Bartle, Sessional Lecturer, RMIT University
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One of the surprising results from the federal election was a record vote for Legalise Cannabis Australia, a minor party previously known as the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) party.

The party received 2-7% of the Senate vote in most states and territories, narrowly missing out on a Senate seat in Queensland.

This follows a notable result in the 2021 Western Australian state election, where it picked up…The Conversation

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