Medical Marijuana (MMJ) in New Hampshire

Medical Marijuana in New Hampshire has had a bumpy path so far. A bill signed in August 2013, made New Hampshire the final New England state to get on board and legalize medical marijuana. This was after the bill went back and forth, removing several of the pro-medical marijuana parts out. Doctors are allowed to provide relief to patients through the use of appropriately regulated and dispensed medical marijuana per the state of New Hampshire. This legislation is long overdue and comes as a relief to the many seriously ill patients throughout New Hampshire who will benefit from safe access to medical marijuana.

Marijuana Policy Project – Those suffering from qualifying conditions like cancer and multiple sclerosis will be able to get reliable access to medical marijuana. When, well that’s a question with an unclear answer. The word on the street is early 2015 although the progress for NH Dispensaries appears to be moving slow. The new law does not allow patients to grow marijuana plants in their home and contains language that could create potential legal problems for would-be patients who turn to cannabis for treatment before state ID cards become available.

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