New Hampshire

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November 9, 2021
Notable Players
No MSOs currently

A Deeper Look At This State

Regulatory Framework

New Hampshire legalized medical marijuana in 2013 when it passed House Bill 573. The law established a list of qualifying, albeit restrictive, conditions. Under the law, not only does a patient need a diagnosis of a qualifying condition, but they also have to exhibit severe symptoms of the debilitating condition. In addition, HB 573 requires dispensaries to be not-for-profit and set requirements for MMJ qualifications, as well as purchase and possession limits.

In August 2021, HB 605 added opioid use disorder as a qualifying condition for the state’s medical marijuana program and allowed out-of-state patients to access dispensaries. For out-of-state patients, they must have qualified for medical marijuana in their jurisdiction and show proof of a valid recommendation. It is up to the state Department of Health and Human Services to develop rules for dispensary to verify visiting patients’ eligibility.

Notable Market Activity

There is no notable activity at this time.

What's the Play?

With New Hampshire being a limited patient count state and having a not-for-profit model, NH is challenging to acquire or invest in.

Market Snapshot

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58,380

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58,380

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58,380

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594/273

By The Numbers

Population

~1.4MM

Annual Tourists

~
MM

Medicinal Legalization

2013

Adult-Use Legalization

N/A

First Adult-Use Sales

N/A

MMJ Patients

~12K

Monthly Revenue

~$3.5MM

Cultivation Cap

Varies*

Cultivation Licenses

4/4 (Issued/Limit)*

Retail Licenses

4/4 (Issued/Limit)*

Retail License Cap per Operator

2

Vertical Integration

Required

Delivery

Not Allowed

MMJ Qualifications

Restrictive

State Population / # Retail Licenses

Accepts Out of State MMJ

No

MMJ Patients / # Retail Licenses

~3K

*Four vertically integrated licenses, each license is allowed to open two dispensaries for a total of eight dispensaries across the state. 80 cannabis plants, 160 seedlings, 80 ounces of usable cannabis, or six ounces of usable cannabis per qualifying patient.

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Proprietary Sharp Capital Advisors data - compiled using various sources including state and local government data

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