CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire lawmakers will try this week to resurrect a medical marijuana bill vetoed by Gov. Chris Sununu.

The bill would allow nonprofit treatment centers that dispense medical cannabis to organize as for-profit business corporations and limited liability companies. In his veto message, Sununu said while he supports the therapeutic cannabis program, the bill would create pre-ordained monopolies that would dominate the marketplace if recreational marijuana ever becomes legal.

Overturning a veto requires a two-thirds majority in both bodies. The bill passed the Senate 18-6 – a veto-proof majority – though there was no roll call in the House.

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