Liberal state premier Will Hodgman votes against bill, saying issue is ‘very confronting and challenging’

A bid to legalise voluntary euthanasia has failed in Tasmania’s lower house, despite passionate support from some MPs.

Parliamentarians spent hours outlining reasons for and against the legislation with a conscience vote late on Wednesday night defeating the move. The final count was eight in favour and 16 against.

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