House facing final votes on legal pot, gun-free school zones
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The House is scheduled to vote for the second time on legal marijuana and gun-free school zones on Thursday, the final day for reps to act on House bills other than budget-related legislation.
Also on the agenda, protective orders for vulnerable adults and a bill that would allow cities and towns to impose a hotel or room occupancy fee of up to $2 per day per room with all the revenue to stay local.
The bill to legalize the recreational use and commercial sale of marijuana in New Hampshire by adults, HB 481, passed its first test in the House of Representatives on Feb. 27, in a bipartisan 209-147 vote after review by the Criminal Justice Committee.