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New Hampshire Marijuana Decriminalization Law Takes Effect

By September 19, 2017Marijuana Wiki

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New Hampshire has turned into the 22nd state in the U.S. to decriminalize ownership of little measures of maryjane and related items.

The Granite State on Saturday turned into the remainder of the New England states to dispense with the likelihood of prison time for basic maryjane ownership.

Maryjane Policy Project reports:

“The representative and Legislature both merit a considerable measure of credit for propelling the state with this rational change,” said Matt Simon, the Manchester-based New England political executive for the Marijuana Policy Project. “Not at all like his forerunners, who restricted comparable recommendations, Gov. Sununu seems to comprehend that ‘Live Free or Die’ is something other than an aphorism on a tag.

“A considerable measure of credit additionally goes to the House, which has been supporting decriminalization bills since 2008,” Simon said. “It was invigorating to see the Senate at long last go to a concurrence with the House on this issue in 2017. This is a major stride toward a more sensible maryjane approach for New Hampshire.”
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