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D- Jeb Bradley (R - NH) MEDICAL USE

Holds office State Senate District 3


According to Marijuana Policy Project's candidate survey: Sen. Jeb Bradley (R) did not respond to MPP’s candidate survey. In 2020, he responded to the Citizens Count Issue Survey, by saying he was against NH legalizing "the recreational use of marijuana." He voted “no” on HB 629 (2022), which would have legalized simple possession and home cultivation of cannabis and “no” on 2017’s legalization bill (SB 233). Sen. Bradley voted “yes” on decriminalization bills in 2015, 2016, and 2017. He also voted “yes” on medical cannabis legislation in 2012 and 2013, but opposed medical cannabis home cultivation bills as a member of the Senate Health Committee (HB 364, 2019 and SB 420, 2020). (MPP Voter Guide)

“I think that the public is more accepting of the fact that if you make a mistake the first time or second time, especially for somebody that’s a student or young person, it shouldn’t affect the rest of your life,” Bradley said. “I think decriminalization and recreational legalization are two different things.” 5/2/17

2021: Adding Qualifying Medical Conditions to the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis Law, HB 89
2021: Permitting Qualifying Patients and Designated Caregivers to Cultivate Cannabis for Therapeutic Use, HB 350
2021: Reduces Certain Restrictions on Cannabis, HB 629
2019: Authorizes Private Marijuana Cultivation, HB 364
2017: Reduces Penalties for Marijuana Possession, HB 640
2012: Authorizes Medical Marijuana, SB 409
Contact Jeb Bradley

Email: jeb.bradley@leg.state.nh.us

Web: https://www.jebforstatesenate.com/

Phone: 603-271-3266


State House, Room 302 107 North Main Street

Concord, NH 03301

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