The New Hampshire House has again voted to legalize recreational marijuana.
Last year, the House passed a different bill for cannabis legalization, before it eventually died in the Senate.
The significance of the vote today is that legislators approved it by a veto-proof majority, said Rep. Renny Cushing, a Hampton Democrat who is co-sponsor of the bill.
The bill would permit adults to possess up to 3/4 of an ounce of cannabis and cultivate up to six cannabis plants.
As proposed, the state would not establish a commercial market for marijuana. Legislators said the bill is similar to what’s now legal in Vermont.
Governor Chris Sununu remains opposed to legalizing cannabis for adult use. [Read More @ NHPR]
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