New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, who is apparently considering a run for president, proposed a new path toward regulating marijuana. The news came out on Friday – one day after Senate members voted down legislation that would legalize marijuana.   

“In 2017, I was proud to be the first Governor in New Hampshire history to sign legislation decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana so that no one would go to jail for simple possession,” Sununu stated. “We expanded access to medical marijuana and provided a pathway to annul old convictions for marijuana possession. In the past, I said now is not the time to legalize marijuana in New Hampshire.”

New Hampshire is the only state in New England where adult-use marijuana is still illegal, despite the majority of residents backing the reform. That’s why Sununu, who previously said he would veto any adult-use cannabis legalization bill, now …

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