State legalizes medical marijuana

Governor Maggie Hassan has signed a law making New Hampshire the 19th state to allow seriously ill residents to use marijuana to treat their illnesses. The law allows patients with cancer and other conditions to possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana.  Up to four dispensaries can be licensed and have a maximum of 80 marijuana plants, 160 seedlings and 80 ounces of marijuana or 6 ounces per qualifying patient.


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