The New Hampshire House of Representatives approved two bills to make medical marijuana available to more patients by expanding the state’s list of treatable conditions, but a more expansive measure died in the Senate.

The House on Wednesday voted to add insomnia and opioid-use disorder to the list of qualifying conditions, though the latter would carry significant restrictions, including a requirement that certifying providers have specialized knowledge in addiction treatment.

That limitation could curb any resulting sales boost.

An earlier version of one of the bills also sought to add anxiety and Lyme disease to the list, but those provisions were removed.

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NH House OKs bills expanding medical cannabis conditions