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Poll: 60% of New Hampshire Adults Support Legalizing Cannabis, 72% Support Decriminalization

A large majority of adults in New Hampshire support legalizing recreational cannabis, and an even higher percent supports decriminalization, according to a new Granite State Poll released this week. The poll, sponsored by WMUR-TV, shows that 60% of adults in New Hampshire support legalizing cannabis for recreational purposes, with just 35% opposed to the move. …

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New Hampshire House Overwhelmingly Approves Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis Possession

New Hampshire’s House of Representatives voted 297 to 67 today to approve House Bill 618, a measure that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis. If approved into law, the proposal would make the possession of up to half an ounce of cannabis a $100 civil infraction, rather than an arrestable misdemeanor. Under …

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New Hampshire Committee Approves Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis

New Hampshire’s House Committee on Criminal Justice voted overwhelmingly Thursday to approve House Bill 618, a measure that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis. If approved into law, the proposal would make the possession of up to half an ounce of cannabis a simple ticket rather than an arrestable misdemeanor. Under current …

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Cannabis Decriminalization Bill Filed in New Hampshire

A proposal to decriminalize the possession of up to an ounce of cannabis, and to defelonize the private cultivation of up to six cannabis plants, has been filed in New Hampshire and has been assigned to the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee. If approved into law, House Bill 618 would make the possession …

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