NH people support sensible policy in your state, help pass this bill!

Discussion in 'Marijuana' started by Hippie McRaver, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. Hippie McRaver

    Hippie McRaver Senior Member

    The recently-introduced New Hampshire hemp farming bill, HB 399,
    needs your help.
    The House Environment & Agriculture Committee
    will be holding a public hearing on the bill next week.
    members need to know that you would like them to support
    hemp farming in NH. So, get your pens and paper out and write to them today. We don't have much time.

    Yes, it may take a few more minutes than an email, but a hand-written note is much more likely to be read and make a strong impression. Remember to keep your focus on industrial hemp, the oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis. Please, no drug policy arguments or other off-topics.

    The best thing to do is to mail a postcard (or a letter) to the Environment & Agriculture Committee Chair, Rep.
    Tara Sad, and ask her to please vote "Ought to Pass" on HB 399, an act relative to industrial hemp and establishing an industrial hemp special program fund. Our experience tells us that personal hand-written notes are the most effective method. Please, no phone calls or emails at this point.

    Send your hand-written note today to:

    Representative Tara Sad, Chair
    House Environment & Agriculture Committee
    Legislative Office Building, Room 308
    33 N.
    State Street
    Concord, NH 03301
  2. Even if this passes, the NH Senate is probably gonna veto the shit out of it, same with John Lynch.
  3. Hippie McRaver

    Hippie McRaver Senior Member

    I dunno, Maine is medical, Mass has decriminalized and vermont is well, liberal we are in an enlightened bubble here, hopefully the lawmakers will go with the east coast flow

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