Medical : Yes

Adult Use : No

Noteworthy Information : New Hampshire’s medical cannabis program was signed into law in July 2013 by then-Gov. Maggie Hassan. As of November 29, 2018, there were over 7,000 registered patients. Since adoption, several additional qualifying conditions have been added. Governor Chris Sununu signed a marijuana decriminalization bill in 2017, reducing penalties for possessing three quarters of an ounce or less of cannabis from a criminal misdemeanor to a civil violation punishable only by a fine. While recreational legalization is still up in the air, three cannabis bills have already been filed. One is in regards to clearing criminal and court records, another would add opiate addiction to the list of qualifying conditions, and the third would allow medical patients to cultivate their own marijuana.

Regulated : Yes (New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Service–Office of Operations Support-Therapeutic Cannabis Program)

2018 Medical Sales : $14,000,000

2022 Projected Medical Sales : $36,000,000

2018 Adult Use Sales : N/A

2022 Projected Adult Use Sales : N/A

Last Updated : February 15th, 2019

Source : National Cannabis Industries Association

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