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New Hampshire governor backs legalization of marijuana through state-run stores after Senate defeats reform bill

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Just one day after the New Hampshire Senate convened Marijuana legalization bill defeatedThe Republican governor announced that he would sign an alternative proposal to enact rationing through the state-run warehouse system.

What happens next is up in the air, as previously Legislation passed by the House of Representatives from the last session It would create a state-run market overseen by the state liquor commission, and it was also rejected by the Senate amid opposition from several prominent legalization advocates.

Senate President Jeb Bradley (R) indicated Thursday that he doesn’t feel lawmakers should prioritize reforming adult use of marijuana at all.

However, with Gov. Chris Sununu (R) now declaring his clear support for state cannabis sales — and after the Senate killed off the more traditional legalization proposal favored by advocates this week — there may be a renewed push to move the state forward. invoice.

With the right policy and framework in place, I’m ready to sign a marijuana legalization bill that puts the state of New Hampshire in the driver’s seat, with the focus on harm reduction — not profits.

Read my statement:https://t.co/hX6JBGQSWQ

– Chris Sununu (@GovChrisSununu) May 12, 2023

In a statement, Sununu, who is considering a possible 2024 GOP presidential bid, said:

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