Currently, the New Hampshire Legislature is considering HB 656-FN-A-LOCAL. This bill proposes to legalize and regulate the personal use of marijuana by persons 21 years or older. It also calls for retail sales and state the generation of revenue through taxation. On October 12, a five-person subcommittee voted three to two in favor and sent the bill back to the 21-member full committee. The House Criminal Justice Committee will be deciding on the merits of this bill at a hearing, scheduled for November 14, that will be held in Concord. | Keep Reading at the Laconia Daily Sun
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