Weekly N.H. News Roundup: March 1, 2019
The New Hampshire House takes a big step toward legalizing recreational marijuana in the state, but Gov. Chris Sununu has already promised to veto. The New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon gets clearance to host a country music festival. And a Sig Sauer executive goes to court in Germany over a weapons deal. This and other stories from the week in news.
Nick Stoico of the Concord Monitor reported on the N.H. Supreme Court siding with the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in a dispute with neighbors over a proposed country music festival.
The N.H. Union Leader reported on its lawsuit, joining with other media outlets and the N.H. ACLU, arguing for the release of a list of names of police officers with credibility issues.
The Democratically-controlled House of Representatives took action on a number of key bills this week, including a passing bill to legalize marijuana. Gov. Chris Sununu has already pledged to veto the bill.