New Hampshire Gov Signs Bill Expanding Medical Cannabis Program

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HB 160, which adds PTSD and makes other important changes, will take effect in 60 days

Today, Gov. Chris Sununu signed an important bill into law that will expand the number of seriously ill patients who qualify for New Hampshire’s medical cannabis law.

Beginning on August 27, HB 160 will add PTSD to the medical cannabis law and make other improvements to the program. You can read a summary of the new law here.

In other news, the governor’s office informed us this morning that they have not yet received the decriminalization bill, HB 640. This is not cause for concern, since there are often delays this time of year as the Legislature’s work concludes. Gov. Sununu has clearly indicated that he “looks forward” to signing that bill when it reaches his desk.

Please share the excellent news about HB 160 with your friends and family!

Matt Simon
New England Political Director
Marijuana Policy Project

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