Despite support in party and from public, Democratic governors resist ending pot prohibition

In New Hampshire, Gov. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat, invoked her state’s struggle with heroin abuse in arguing against weakening marijuana laws. “Legalizing marijuana won’t help us address our substance use challenge,” she said in her state of the state address this year. “Experience and data suggests it will do just the opposite.”


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