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New Hampshire House approves medical marijuana bill

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New Hampshire House approves medical marijuana bill

04-26-2012  •, By Eric W. Dolan 

The Republican-led New Hampshire House on Wednesday passed legislation that would allow seriously ill patients to use marijuana.

The House voted 236-96 to approve SB 409. The Senate passed the bill by a 13-11 vote in March.

Democratic Gov. John Lynch has threatened to veto the legislation, which would allow patients with a written certification from their doctor to cultivate up to six ounces of marijuana.
I’ve never used marijuana in my life,” Republican state Sen. Jim Forsythe, the bill’s sponsor, explained in a statement. “But as a matter of principle, I don’t believe it’s appropriate for government to interfere with choices that should be made between a doctor and a patient.”
“The promise to veto medical marijuana by Gov. Lynch shows a disappointing lack of compassion for patients battling illnesses such as multiple sclerosis, cancer, and AIDS,” he added.

The bill will return to the state Senate for a concurrence vote before heading to the governor’s desk.

Only patients with serious chronic or terminal diseases, such as cancer, AIDS and Parkinson’s, would be eligible to possess marijuana.

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