N.H.: Experts will discuss legalization efforts Wednesday evening following critical House vote

Feb 26, 2019

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N.H.: Experts will discuss legalization efforts Wednesday evening following critical House vote

If you're a New Hampshire resident, please call your state representatives today and urge them to vote for HB 481!

Tomorrow evening, after the scheduled House vote on HB 481, the Tri-City Young Democrats will host an event in Somersworth to help educate people about legalization efforts. I will be there to participate in a panel discussion, which will also feature one of our key allies at the state house: Jeanne Hruska, political director for ACLU-NH.

Here are the details:

WHAT: Panel discussion on cannabis legalization and regulation

WHERE: Teatotaller, 69 High Street, Somersworth

WHEN: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 27

WHO: Matt Simon, New England political director, Marijuana Policy Project
Jeanne Hruska, political director, ACLU-NH
The Tri-City Young Democrats

As we informed you yesterday, the big vote on New Hampshire's legalization bill, HB 481, has been scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. Gov. Chris Sununu has made it clear that he will veto the bill if it reaches his desk, but it will be possible to override his veto if at least two-thirds of the House and Senate can be convinced to support the bill.

If you haven't already spoken to your state representatives, please call them one last time today and encourage them to support HB 481, the bill to legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis. (If you tried calling before and encountered difficulties, please try again — there were a few bugs, but they have now been fixed.)

Again, you can read a summary of the bill here, and talking points, poll numbers, studies, and other resources in support of HB 481 are available on this page.

After you call or email your state legislators, please share this message with your family and friends!