Australian Greens supported reforms limiting vape sales, but did its voters?

The Greens party supported the passing of the amended reforms limiting the sale of vaping products to pharmacies in Australia, despite it being unclear whether the majority of its voters agreed with the revised model.

“The Greens do not support prohibition,” said senator Jordon Steele-John, the Greens spokesperson for health, “that is why we have successfully secured changes to this legislation to ensure that vapes remain out of the hands of kids, but adults can access them via a pharmacy, and there is no chance of individuals being criminalised for possessing a personal vape.”

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