Is NH Finally Going To Pass Adult Marijuana Sales?

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Tim Egan

 If the New Hampshire Legislature finally approves adult marijuana sales, the state will reap a huge tax benefit. But where will the tax revenue go? Tim Egan of the New Hampshire cannabis association talks about that and other issues surrounding the cannabis controversy with Roger Wood.

Timothy Egan is a specialist in broadcast and web based video content services for marketing and media affairs, practicing in New England & Canada. Via offices in Sugar Hill, NH, & Boston, MA he researches; builds relationships with; creatively implements; and analyzes the power of – media for business, education and government clients.

He is Chair of the New Hampshire Cannabis Association. He is a Board Member & Media Advisor for Catalyst Story Institute/Content Festival in Duluth, MN guiding the development of digital video content. As well, a Consulting Executive Producer of broadcast television programming for Moody Street TV in Waltham, MA. He has two New England Emmy Awards as Writer/Director/Producer, among his 28 Emmy Nominations during his 25 plus year career in New England.

Roger Wood

Roger Wood is an award winning radio, podcast, newspaper and television journalist, with over 50 years of experience in the media.   Roger has spent his entire professional career in New Hampshire. Roger currently serves as associate publisher and podcast producer at  In 2021 and 2022, he was recognized by the New Hampshire Press Association for his work in news podcasts. He is the 2022 winner of the NHPA lifetime achievement award. Prior to that he was honored for his work in broadcast radio news and public affairs. He has produced news and special feature reports for InDepthNH, New Hampshire Public Radio, NPR, and other public and commercial radio stations.  He also has produced spot news for CBS Radio. He has produced and narrated some 50 audiobooks and has written three novels.  Roger has also moderated political forums for Seacoast Area Chambers of Commerce in Senate, gubernatorial and congressional races. He has also facilitated public policy discussions locally and statewide.  He has three adult children and four grandchildren. Roger and his wife Elaine, reside in Portsmouth.with their cat Maura.

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