State closer to letting medical pot patients grow their own
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New Hampshire moved closer Thursday to allowing medical marijuana patients to grow their own supply, though House and Senate lawmakers differ on the details.
New Hampshire legalized medical marijuana in 2013, and as of late last year, more than 7,000 patients were enrolled in the program. For now, they must travel to one of the state’s four dispensaries to get the drug, and many have said distance and cost are major obstacles.