Opponents to N.H. marijuana legalization show up in force at hearing
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Two months ago, the prospect of marijuana legalization in New Hampshire seemed a distinct possibility.
Citizens like the idea, with 68 percent supporting it in a May 2017 UNH poll and the same proportion supporting in March 2019. A flip of the House and Senate to Democratic control last year boosted expectations. Even Gov. Chris Sununu, a staunch opponent who has vowed a veto, warned that might not be enough.
“…There’s a good chance that veto could get overruled,” he said in remarks in December.