A House committee voted Monday to recommend that a bill to legalize marijuana be sent to interim study. It's the second time the legislation has come out of a committee with a negative recommendation–advocates view the “interim study” recommendation as "an egregious attempt" to kill the bill. In January, the full House o verturned a committee recommendation to pass the bill. The debate ensues as a separate commission is studying the legalization, regulation, and taxation of recreational marijuana. It's due to issue its findings by Nov. 1. Kate Frey sits on that commission. She is vice president of advocacy for New Futures, a non-profit health advocacy group. After the House Ways and Means Committee's vote Monday, she said the "interim study"...
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N.H. House Panel Wants Pot Legalization Bill Shelved