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State Democrats Turning Cannabis Legalization Into Party Platform

Recently, state chapters of national political parties have used marijuana to advance their agenda by making marijuana legalization as part of their party platform.

New Hampshire House Votes For Legal Marijuana

On Wednesday night, the state House of Representatives voted in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana, signaling that the Granite State actually may live up to the promise.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Nov. 20

In New Hampshire, legal marijuana was rejected by a legislative committee this week. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Great News For N.H. Cannabis Consumers: No More Jail Time

N.H. cannabis consumers will have one less thing to worry on Saturday: Jail time will no longer be part of the punishment for simple possession.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: July 24

in New Hampshire, new cannabis legislation was signed into law by Gov. Chris Sununu, Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

No More Jail Time For Small Amounts Of Marijuana In New...

Cannabis enthusiasts in New England rejoice: There will be no more jail time for small amounts of marijuana in New Hampshire.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup For June 5

The fight to legalize marijuana made strides last week. Read all about it in The Fresh Toast’s Marijuana Legislative Roundup for June 5.

You Will No Longer Go To Jail For Marijuana In New...

Sometime this summer, New Hampshire will almost certainly become the 22nd state in the nation to decriminalize marijuana.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 15

The biggest headline of the week was that the feds may be bringing back the failed war on drugs. That more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

After Maine Marijuana Legalization, Conn. Also Looking At Recreational

The East Coast marijuana legalization victories in Maine and Massachusetts may have a greater impact as the U.S. shifts to a more marijuana-friendly nation. Why?