A New Hampshire Senate committee on Wednesday heard testimony on a House-passed bill to allow medical marijuana patients to grow a limited number of plants for personal use. And unlike in past sessions, this time the legislation is being backed by all three of the state’s licensed cannabis centers. Rep. Dennis Acton (R) is sponsoring the measure, HB 350, which would enable registered patients to cultivate up to six plants (only three of which could be mature) and 12 seedlings. The bill moved out of the House Health, Human Services, and Elderly Affairs Committee in a 20-1 vote last month and then cleared the full chamber in a voice vote on the consent calendar.
Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment, 03/17/2021 14:47:00