Australians rally behind Greens’ push to legalise cannabis, promising billions in revenue 

A report from the Greens reveals robust support from thousands of Australians for the legalisation of cannabis. The initiative, backed by the Greens, could potentially yield 28 billion in revenue over nine years. Justice spokesman David Shoebridge released the Legalise Cannabis Report, collated from nearly 9,000 survey responses and other feedback methods. Plans for the proposed bill encompass a single national cannabis market, provisions for home growth, and an emphasis on co-ops and small businesses. Additionally, a proposed 15 per cent tax rate alongside GST, based on the current price per gram, could contribute significantly to the nation’s revenue.

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