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AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus, File Under the bill, which now moves to the state Senate, people over 21 years of age would be allowed to legally possess three-quarters of an ounce of marijuana and grow up to three mature cannabis plants at home. Retail sales locations would not be allowed. The noncommercial approach is similar to a bill advancing in neighboring Vermont. There, the House passed a legalization measure on Thursday — the same day U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions tore up Obama-era marijuana guidance. That state’s Senate, which previously OKed similar legislation, is expected to give its final approval on Wednesday, and Gov. Phil Scott (R) has pledged to sign legalization into law. The swift action by the two states represents a stunning rebuke to the Trump administration’s anti-cannabis move, which was also roundly slammed by dozens of members of Congress from both parties. New Hampshire Lawmakers Approve Marijuana Legalization

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