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A bill to end marijuana prohibition and regulate cannabis for adult use in New Hampshire was approved Thursday by the state House of Representatives (200-163). It will now head to the Senate, where it will be scheduled for a public hearing. HB 481 initially passed in the House on February 27, and it received a favorable recommendation from the House Ways and Means Committee last week. Similar bills received initial House approval last year and in 2014, but they were killed after they received negative recommendations from the Ways and Means Committee. As amended, HB 481 would tax cannabis cultivators at 5% and retailers at 9%. A summary of the bill is available at http://bit.ly/NH-HB481. Bill To End Cannabis Prohibition In N.H. Approved By House, Headed to Senate

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