NH Compassion newsletter

The MMJ hearing on HB 442 which is set for tomorrow, March 1st will be at Representative's Hall in the State House 107 North Main Street, Concord. It will start at 10:00am as previously scheduled. Thank you all for supporting this effort and for attending the hearing if you are able to do so! Best regards, Kirk McNeil

Hearing on Home Grow Bill Scheduled for TUESDAY

Dear Friends,

The NH House has already overwhelmingly approved a bill that would allow patients to cultivate their own limited supply of cannabis. Now this bill, HB 1622, has been scheduled for a public hearing at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 8, in the Senate Health, Education, and Human Services Committee. Read more »

Close vote on HB 492 expected this week – call your representatives!

Dear Friends, 

It was a big deal that HB 492 (the legalization and regulation bill based on Colorado’s Amendment 64) passed the New Hampshire House January 8, but it will need to survive another close vote in the House before it reaches the Senate. The second and final House vote is expected either Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. Read more »

Nashua Telegraph flip-flops, endorses "slow" approach to medical marijuana

*Please share this message with any medical marijuana supporter living in the greater Nashua area*

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Hassan sides with police chiefs over patients, says NO to home grow

As the AP reports, Gov. Hassan has decided the "concerns" of some police chiefs are more important than the immediate needs of seriously ill patients. This is a very sad development -- call Hassan's office today at 271-2121 to politely express your displeasure to Hassan's phone-answerers. Read more »

Contact Senators and Gov. Hassan today!

HB 573 passed the House March 20 with a whopping 286-64 margin and is now being considered by theSenate Committee on Health, Education, and Human Services. Senators heard more than three hours of compelling testimony April 11, and during that hearing Gov. Hassan met with a group of patients for 25 minutes in her office. After years of frustration with Gov. Read more »

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