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New Hampshire adult-use cannabis legalization effort fails – again

New Hampshire will remain the lone New England state without a regulated adult-use marijuana program after state lawmakers refused to compromise on a controversial legalization bill.

As predicted, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s vision for a unique state-run sales model – 14 government-owned marijuana stores throughout the state – failed 178-173 with lawmakers in the libertarian-leaning state House of Representatives.


The latest action eliminates the chance of an adult-use marijuana market passing during this legislative session.

The bill’s failure is considered a mixed bag for marijuana entrepreneurs, as it would have offered limited business opportunities.

The Sununu-supported state-run sales model would have been an outlier in the United States.

Though hard liquor is sold at state-run franchise stores in New Hampshire and several

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