Would legislators smoke it?
"Golly, I'm having enough trouble keeping the brain cells I have," Tara Sad, D-Walpole, said with a laugh.
He said he wouldn't rule out using marijuana medicinally if he ever had to, for pain management, for instance. But he said he's "not a smoker."
Donna Schlachman, D-Exeter, said she wouldn't use it either. "I'm a product of the '60s. Did I smoke pot in college? A little bit, but no, I have no interest in it whatsoever."
"Been there, done that."
Larry Gagne, R-Manchester, said he tried pot once with friends "a couple decades ago," and said "it did nothing for me."
"All it did was it made me tired," he said. "I said, 'You guys paid good money for this? I'll stick to my Scotch.'"
If it were legal? "I wouldn't be averse to trying it," she said.
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