NH Senate Rejects Bill To Decriminalize Small Amounts Of Marijuana

May 2, 2013 7:16 PM
NH Senate Rejects Bill To Decriminalize Small Amounts Of Marijuana
" CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire won’t join neighboring Maine and Massachusetts in decriminalizing possession of small amounts marijuana after the Senate rejected what it called a deeply flawed proposal removing criminal penalties for possession of up to a quarter ounce of the drug.

Sen. Donna Soucy, a Manchester Democrat, said Thursday the bill makes restrictions on marijuana possession more lenient than alcohol or tobacco "

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