National Party’s answer: NoFormer prime minister John Key rejected the idea of a cannabis referendum and Prime Minister Bill English said he doesn't want legalisation or any kind of trade-based cannabis industry. Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is not in favour of decriminalisation.Source
ACT’s answer: Yes"I think that time's going to come. People are going to look at what's happened in Canada and California and other places starting with 'C' and they're basically going to say: 'Look, it's time to make that change'," Mr Seymour replied, bluntly.
"Personally I'd do it tomorrow, but sometimes you gotta go with public opinion - try to get too far ahead and you're dead."Source
The Opportunities Party’s political stances on marijuana
The Opportunities Party’s answer: YesThe Opportunities Party personally submitted this answer on July 12th, 2017. This organization should be praised for their direct communication with voters and commitment to transparency in politics.Learn more about this organization on their WebsiteSource
Conservative Party’s political stances on marijuana