Can NH residents buy cannabis In Massachusetts?
Yes. Residents of New Hampshire are able to purchase adult-use/recreational cannabis in Massachusetts, according to state law. However, the moment they transport it across state borders to New Hampshire, they are breaking the law.
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Where to Buy Pot in Massachusetts?
For residents of New Hampshire, buying pot in Massachusetts has become a frequent event. However, with so few dispensaries in the immediate vicinity of New Hampshire, where should residents go to purchase cannabis in MA? A visit to Silver Therapeutics in Orange, Massachusetts will provide you with high-quality cannabis as well as an amazing customer service experience. While we may be a bit biased, you won’t find a better shopping experience anywhere near else. Shop Williamstown, MA.
No – not yet at least. Recreational use of cannabis (aka marijuana) has been decriminalized in New Hampshire, but it is not yet legal to sell, consume or possess cannabis in The Granite State. Luckily, for New Hampshire residents looking to buy weed legally, Massachusetts is right around the corner!
While there are no recreational dispensaries currently operating in New Hampshire, there are several medical marijuana dispensaries. NH’s medical marijuana program was created nearly 10 years ago and put into place by Governor Maggie Hassan. Hassan signed this program into law in 2013. It wasn’t until April 2016 when New Hampshire’s first medical dispensary, Sanctuary ATC, opened officially.
Dispensaries in NH
There are 3 medical dispensary companies in New Hampshire operating at 5 medical dispensary locations in total.
How many medical dispensaries are there in NH?
There are 5 medical dispensary locations operating in NH, owned by 3 separate business entities: Sanctuary ATC (2 locations), Temescal Wellness (2 locations), and Prime ATC (1 locations). The way that the original medical marijuana program was written only allowed for 4 ATC’s to operate in the state ATC stands for Alternative Treatment Center, this is New Hampshire’s unique name for dispensaries.
It should also be noted that New Hampshire residents can only shop at the medical dispensary that they have registered with. If a medical patient in New Hampshire would like to shop at a different dispensary, they need to change their “preferred ATC” by getting in touch with the NH Dept. of Health & Human Services.