Opportunities in the NH Cannabis Industry will be Limitless

Recreational cannabis will be legalized in the state of New Hampshire at some point in the not too distant future. When that happens, you’ll want to be ready to act.

Our mission is to connect, organize, educate and support the people and businesses in New Hampshire in anticipation of recreational legalization and we welcome you to join our community.

From the science of seeds, growing and cultivation to extraction, distribution, retail operations and everything in between, there isn’t much in the way of business that the cannabis industry doesn’t touch.

Whether you plan to own a cannabis based business, work for one, or provide services to the cannabis industry, now is the time to get involved, build relationships, increase your knowledge and get yourself and your brand recognized.

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2024 NH CANNABIS LEGALIZATION BILLS

HB 1633 | NHCANN SUPPORTED “LIVE FREE” BILL WOULD LEGALIZE THE SALE, POSESSION AND USE OF CANNABIS. PROVIDES A PATH FOR ATCs TO ENTER THE MARKET. TIES TAX TO ROOMS & MEALS AT 8.5% (LOWEST IN THE COUNTRY). CREATES MAXIMUM OPPORTUNITY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF THE STATE TO ENTER AND COMPETE, HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMS TO REDUCE COLLATERAL HARMS AND BENEFITS TO ALL OF NH RESIDENTS INCLUDING FUNDING FOR HOUSING, EDUCATION AND PAYING STATE DEBTS TO REDUCE PROPERTY TAXES (AND MUCH MORE)!  – REP ERICA LAYON (R) & ANITA BURROUGHS (D) | READ ORIGINAL BILL | READ AMENDED VERSION AS PASSED BY HOUSE COMMERCE

 

HB 82 | WOULD PROHIBIT AN EMPLOYER FROM REFUSING TO HIRE OR TERMINATING THE EMPLOYMENT OF A QUALIFIED PATIENT OF THE STATE’S MEDICAL CANNABIS PROGRAM “SOLELY ON THE BASIS OF A POSITIVE DRUG TEST” – REP SUZANNE VAIL (D) | READ BILL

HB 344 | WOULD ALLOW ADULTS 21 AND OLDER TO POSSESS UP TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN OUNCE OF CANNABIS, 5 GRAMS OF HASHISH AND CERTAIN INUSED PRODUCTS. ALLOWS ADULTS TO GROW UP TO SIX PLANTS FOR PERSONAL USE AND ALLOWS GIFTING. – CAROL MCGUIRE (R) | READ BILL

HB 544 | WOULD  LEGALIZE AND REGULATE THE SALE, POSESSION AND USE OF CANNABIS. PROVIDES A PATH FOR ATC’S REGISTER SPEARATE ENTITES TO ENTER THE MARKET. – DANIEL EATON (D) | READ BILL

HB 1231 | PROVIDES QUALIFIED IMMUNITY TO REGISTERED MEDICAL PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS TO GROW UP TO THREE MATURE PLANTS, THREE IMMATURE PLANTS AND TWELVE SEEDLINGS. ALLOWS POSSESSION OF UP TO EIGHT OUNCES OF CANNABIS. – WENDY THOMAS (D) | READ BILL

HB 1240 | WOULD ADD A NUMBER OF EATING DISORDERS TO THE STATE’S LIST OF QUALIFYING CONDITIONS FOR THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS. – HEATH HOWARD (D) | READ BILL

HB 1278 | WOULD ADD ANY DEBILITATING OR TERMINAL MEDICAL CONDITION OR SYMPTOM FOR WHICH THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF USING THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS WOULD, IN THE PROVIDER’S CLINICAL OPINION, LIKELY OUTWEIGH THE POTENTIAL HEALTH RISKS FOR THE PATIENT TO THE STATE’S QUALIFYING CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS. – WENDY THOMAS (D) | READ BILL

HB 357 | WOULD ALLOW CERTIFICATIONS FOR THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS BY ANY MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL WHO CAN PRESCRIBE DRUGS TO HUMANS. – BECKY WHITLEY (D) | READ BILL

HB 1349 | ADDS GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER AS A QUALIFYING CONDITION FOR THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS. – HEATH HOWARD (D) | READ BILL

HB 1350 | INCREASES THE POSESSION AND 10-DAY PURCHASE LIMIT FOR PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS FROM 2 OUNCES TO 4 OUNCES. – HEATH HOWARD (D) | READ BILL

HB 1295 | ELIMINATES REDUNDANT FELONY PENALTY FOR SELLING THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS TO A PERSON WHO IS NOT A REGISTERED PATIENT OR CAREGIVER. – SUZANNE VAIL (D) | READ BILL

HB 1581 | ALLOWS ATCs TO OPERATE A SECOND CULTIVATION LOCATION, WHICH MAY BE A GREENHOUSE. – SUZANNE VAIL (D) | READ BILL

HB 1539 | ALLOWS FOR ANNULMENTS, RESENTENCING OR DISCONTINUATION OF PROSECUTIONS FOR CANNABIS POSSESSION OFFENSES. – JONAH WHEELER (D) | READ BILL

 

ANTI CANNABIS BILLS

HB 418 | WOULD IMPOSE A “PRIMA FACIE” THC LIMIT OF 2NG/ML IN THE BUI STATUE (1NG/ML FOR DRIVERS UNDER 21). | READ BILL

HB 419 | WOULD IMPOSE A LIMIT OF 16% THC FOR ALL THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS PRODUCTS. | READ BILL

HB 426 | WOULD ESTABLISH A MISDEMEANOR PENALTY FOR POSSESSING CANNABIS IN THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE. | READ BILL

 

STAY TUNED AS MORE BILLS ARE INCOMING FOR 2024!

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NH Cannabis Progress at a Glance

HB1633 “Live Free” bill passes House Commerce Committee with 17-3 vote. Full House vote expected Thursday 2/22/24. We’ve increased the progress bar from 30% to 40%.

Recreational Legalization40%
Medical Legalization100%
Decriminalization100%

Meet the NHCANN Team

DARYL EAMES - Founder
“Exciting times may lie ahead for the cannabis industry in New Hampshire. If you are interested in being a part of it, we should connect.”


TIMOTHY EGAN - Chair of BoA
“With 75% of Granite Staters approving of adult use cannabis, almost 70% nationally and now 23 states and the District of Columbia with legalization and commercialization – the time for legal cannabis in NH is now. We are losing NH residents revenue to other NE states, we are ignoring new economic development and potentially damaging our tourism industry. Live Free Or Die?, it’s time to prove it with cannabis.”


JIM RIDDLE - BoA Agriculture
“Cannabis is a great economic opportunity for New Hampshire’s farmers.”


Bringing the NH Cannabis Community Together

Legislation
Political Leadership Taking Action
Industry Leadership
Business Community Support
Venture Capital
Investing in Cannabis Businesses
Community Involvement
People Participating at Every Level
Networking
Making Connections in the Industry
Conferences
Cannabis Education in Action
Business Directory
Connecting Local Businesses
Marketing & Publicity
Increasing Awareness of Industry Participants