The New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee has approved a bill 12 to 5 that would remove criminal penalties for the possession of cannabis. The measure now heads towards a full House vote, which is expected sometime this month. House Bill 1625, sponsored by Republican Representative Adam Schroadter, would make the possession of …
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