N.H. House Committee Moves Forward Bill That Would Allow Medical Marijuana Patients To Grow At Home
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A New Hampshire House subcommittee today voted unanimously to support a bill that would allow medical marijuana patients to grow their own cannabis.
The bill would make it legal for qualified patients and caregivers to cultivate three mature plants and twelve seedlings, provided they’re secured with a lock or other security device.
There are currently four dispensaries in the state, where patients can purchase cannabis products for therapeutic use.