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State-run marijuana sales model passes New Hampshire Senate

Adult-use marijuana legalization cleared the New Hampshire Senate, but more needs to be done before the state sees legal sales.

The state Senate voted 14-9 late Thursday to pass House Bill 1633, but only after making significant modifications to a measure previously passed by the state House to make it more in line with what Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has said he won’t veto, The Keene Sentinel reported.


However, the New Hampshire Senate and House must now “attempt to work out differences” between the recreational measures they each passed before a final draft can be sent to Gov. Chris Sununu, according to the Sentinel.

Under the Senate-approved plan, marijuana in New Hampshire would be sold in a way similar to how the state

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