Ahead of next year's cannabis law referendum, the Herald asked MPs whether they had ever used the Class C drug.
JACINDA ARDERN, PRIME MINISTER
"I've openly acknowledged in the many times that I've been questioned as a Member of Parliament , and which most Members of Parliament would be asked exactly the same thing, I was raised Mormon and then I was not Mormon. I let other people determine what that means."
WINSTON PETERS, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER
DAVID CLARK, HEALTH MINISTER
STUART NASH, POLICE MINISTER
"About twice in my life, at university."
KELVIN DAVIS, CORRECTIONS MINISTER
CHRIS HIPKINS, EDUCATION MINISTER
"Yes I have. I think I've admitted that publicly before."
SHANE JONES, NZ FIRST REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MINISTER
"The only thing I've smoked is a mullet."
TREVOR MALLARD, SPEAKER
SIMON BRIDGES, NATIONAL LEADER
"Nope. As I said today, I'm not a naughty boy."
PAULA BENNETT, NATIONAL DEPUTY LEADER
"Yes, many years ago."
NIKKI KAYE, EX-EDUCATION MINISTER
"Yes, when I was about 14."
JUDITH COLLINS, EX-POLICE MINISTER
"I was fortunate because when I was 20 I met my husband who was a serving police officer. Strangely enough we just didn't get invited to places where people did."
MICHAEL WOODHOUSE, EX-POLICE MINISTER
PAUL GOLDSMITH, LIST NATIONAL
"I tried it once 25 years ago. It didn't really do anything for me."
MATT KING, NATIONAL EX-COP
TODD MCCLAY, NATIONAL FORMER DIPLOMAT
"Yes I have."
MARK MITCHELL, NATIONAL EX-COP
"I tried it once and the fear of being caught by the police stopped me from trying it again."
MARAMA DAVIDSON, GREEN PARTY CO-LEADER
CHLOE SWARBRICK, GREEN PARTY SPOKESWOMAN ON DRUG LAW REFORM
"Yes, like most politicians. Didn't make a habit of it."
DAVID SEYMOUR, ACT LEADER