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. HB 573 requires dispensaries to be not-for-profit and set requirements for MMJ qualifications, as well as purchase and possession limits.
New adult-use legalization attempts may face an uphill battle after the November 2020 election since Governor Chris Sununu (R), an opponent to adult-use, was re-elected. Live free or die? Not so much.
There is no notable activity at this time.
With little support left in the state legislature for adult-use legalization, a limited patient count and a not-for-profit model, NH is challenging to acquire or invest in.
*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.