What Actions To Take

The Status of the HB481 Title:  relative to the legalization and regulation of cannabis and making appropriations therefor.    The  Bills Text   The Primary Sponsor is Representative Robert Renny Cushing (D) of Hampton NH        The Final Report of the Commission to Study the Legalization, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana (11-1-2018);  highlights for your convenience.  This information can direct your actions:


Individuals, Parents, Students

Our NH State Constitution states: Article 1. [Equality of Men; Origin and Object of Government.]. All men are born equally free and independent; Therefore, all government of right originates from the people, is founded in consent, and instituted for the general good....

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Business Community & Chambers of Commerce

The Legalization of Marijuana is going to make business more difficult. One person in Massachusetts smoked marijuana on her break because she understood that marijuana was legal in Massachusetts. How can businesses ensure the safety of their employees and their...

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School Boards and Educators

The Legalization of Marijuana in NH is the greatest threat to our youth and their education. The Center for Disease Control issued "Making the Connection: Drug Use and Academic Grades". For youth who use marijuana before age 18, almost 20% will become addicted. Ref....

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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement with Legalized Marijuana becomes more difficult. Ref: Colorado's Legalization of Marijuana and its Impact on Public Safety: A Practical Guide for Law Enforcement. Therefore, it is essential that every Law Enforcement Agency ( e.g. New Hampshire State...

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Churches & Religious Community

Every community in NH has a church, most communities have more than just one or two. Approximately 60 percent of the population describe themselves as Christians, Ref: Pew Research Center. Our goal is simply to unite this silent majority into being a force for good....

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Public Health, Hospitals, and Medical Community

New Hampshire is already in a drug crisis, leading the nation with drug-related deaths per capita as reported by the New York Times. The medical community has a shortage of nurses (ref: NH Business Review). And now the Democratic Party wants to make it worse. The...

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