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(2012) Bills Filed, Hearings Scheduled

 Three bills of interest have been scheduled for hearings:

HB 1705 allows the purchase and use of marijuana by adults, regulates the purchase and use of marijuana, and imposes taxes on the wholesale and retail sale of marijuana. This bill has been scheduled for a public hearing Wednesday, January 25, at 11:00 a.m. in Room 204 of the Legislative Office Building in Concord.

NH Magazine Kicks Off New Year with Marijuana Policy Coverage

This very comprehensive article by Richard Ager kicks off 2012 with a comprehensive discussion of marijuana and marijuana policy in New Hampshire.

For the 2012 Medical Marijuana Effort, Visit

In 2012, we will work to make New Hampshire the 17th state to pass an effective medical marijuana law.  The home base for this campaign will be, so please bookmark that site and stay tuned for new developments.

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From the "Marijuana is Safer than Alcohol" Department...

Any person driving past the giant state liquor store on I-93 sees a large yellow banner encouraging motorists to stop and spend some of their hard-earned cash on booze.  If you live in New Hampshire, you've seen it: "Tax-Free Savings! Stock up and Save!"

Those who stopped by the northbound liquor store between 4:00 and 6:00  August 20 were also invited to consume a strong dose of information.  Congratulations to the "Shire Activists" (whatever that means exactly) for sharing some very compelling perspectives outside the liquor store.  Video is here.

Videos of Senate Candidates Jim Bender and Ovide Lamontagne

The newly edited video of Jim Bender's medical marijuana answer is here.

The newly edited video of Ovide Lamontagne's answer is here.

Our Voter Guide will be published soon.  If you'd like to volunteer some time this election season, please email and let us know where you are located.  Thanks!


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