New Hampshire Medical Cannabis Business & Marijuana Legal News

States with the best chance to legalize cannabis in 2017?

John Schroyer  | January 25, 2017

By John Schroyer

After a landmark year in cannabis legalization, marijuana advocates have plenty of work left. And they’re not resting on their laurels.

The Marijuana Policy Project calculates a whopping 37 legalization bills for medical or recreational marijuana are likely to be introduced in 33 states and the District of Columbia in 2017.

Week in Review: Florida’s restrictive plan, slow returns in NH & Pennsylvania app processs

John Schroyer  | January 20, 2017

By Bart Schaneman, Omar Sacirbey and John Schroyer

Florida’s draft medical marijuana rules would bar new entrants, New Hampshire dispensaries have a ways to go before breaking even, and Pennsylvania releases MMJ business applications.

Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week.

The East Coast medical cannabis market: Q&A with Ted Rebholz of Temescal Wellness

Omar Sacirbey  | October 4, 2016

By Omar Sacirbey

Ted Rebholz was offered a high-level position at Harborside Health Center, but he turned it down to stay with a tech firm that was later sold to Cisco Systems.

Crossing paths with Harborside piqued Rebholz’s interest in the cannabis industry, paving the way for him to start a licensed MMJ business in New Hampshire. 

First dispensaries open in New Hampshire

Omar Sacirbey  | May 5, 2016

New Hampshire’s medical marijuana market is now officially up and running.

The first two dispensaries in the state have opened their doors, nearly three years after New Hampshire lawmakers legalized medical cannabis.

The move brings another new MMJ market into the fold, although it will be a small one for the foreseeable future.

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Polls: Majority support for cannabis in FL, NH, Canada

Omar Sacirbey  | March 2, 2016

A recent trio of polls suggest that attitudes toward cannabis reform continue to spread, with support for marijuana legalization evident in Florida, New Hampshire and Canada.

In Florida, 65% of voters said they will vote for one of the two medical marijuana legalization efforts being pushed in the state, compared to 28% who are against …