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New Hampshire senators reject marijuana legalization bills passed by House in committee, but vote on seats still planned

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A New Hampshire Senate committee rejected two House bills to legalize marijuana— as well as a measure to allow medical cannabis patients to grow their own plants — though they’re still moving on the ground despite the procedural defeat.

Meanwhile, the House Republican sponsor of the legislation has signaled that it is willing to delay irrelevant Senate measures if the corresponding House fails to enact the reform.

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted against the legislation and regulation measure from House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R) and Minority Leader Matthew Wilhelm (D), deeming it “not appropriate to legislate” (ITL) in a 3-2 vote on Tuesday. The same fate awaited a non-commercial legalization bill and a proposal to allow home cultivation for cannabis patients.

The proposals were discussed at that committee hearing Scheduled for Cannabis Vacation 4/20 Last month.

Sen. Rebecca Whiteley (D) voted against an ITL proposal on a comprehensive legalization bill, saying voters “were very clear that it was time to end New Hampshire’s marijuana prohibition and legalize it in an orderly way.”

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