Marijuana Moment reports
The GOP-controlled New Hampshire House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill to legalize marijuana possession and personal cultivation for adults.
Members passed the legislation, sponsored by Rep. Carol McGuire (R), in a 241-113 vote. This comes one day after the chamber narrowly rejected a separate, broader legalization proposal that would have regulated commercial production and sales.
The approved measure that is now advancing to the Senate will not allow cannabis commerce, but adults 21 and older would be allowed to possess and give away up to three-fourths of an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants, three of which could be mature.
The @NHHouseGOP and @NHHouseDems may not agree on much these days, but they agree it should be legal for adults to grow and possess cannabis for personal use. HB 629 passed the House this morning 241-113 and will proceed to @TheNHSenate. #NHPolitics https://t.co/g6BWm2dVGx
— Matt Simon (@MattSimonSez) January 6, 2022
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