New Hampshire lawmakers plan to revisit medical cannabis legislation that was previously vetoed by Gov. Chris Sununu, according to the Portland Press Herald.

The bill, blocked by Sununu in 2019, would allow the state’s nonprofit medical cannabis businesses—called treatment centers—to operate as for-profit corporations and limited liability companies.

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In his veto message, Sununu said that while he supports New Hampshire’s therapeutic cannabis program, he opposes the bill because it would create monopolies that would ultimately dominate the state’s marketplace if adult-use cannabis becomes legal, the Portland Press Herald reported.

Overturning Sununu’s veto requires a two-thirds majority in the Senate and the House, according to the news outlet.