2018 Session: Week 4

Another week of the 2018 Legislative Session has come to a close. The next couple of weeks will see fewer Committee hearings and more Executive Sessions as we approach cross-over – where bills that pass the House go to the Senate and vice versa. New Hampshire Libertas was, once again, at the statehouse and Legislative […]

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2018 Session: Week 3

Another week of the 2018 Legislative Session has come to a close, and we are preparing for the coming weeks. New Hampshire Libertas was, once again, at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. During the week of January 22-26, our President, Darryl W. Perry provided testimony […]

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2018 Session: Week 2

Another week of the 2018 Legislative Session has come to a close, and we are preparing for the coming weeks. New Hampshire Libertas was, once again, at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. During the week of January 15-19, our President, Darryl W. Perry provided testimony […]

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2018 Session: Week 1

The first week of the 2018 Legislative Session has come to a close, and we are preparing for the coming weeks. New Hampshire Libertas was, once again, at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. During the first week of Committee Hearings, our President, Darryl W. Perry […]

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2017 Legislative Session Recap

Before the 2017 Legislative Session began, New Hampshire Libertas President Darryl W Perry began identifying bills of interest. This was initially done based solely on the titles of the Legislative Service Requests (LSRs), which are made public shortly after being filed. The text of the LSRs are then made available once the wording is finalized […]

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Celebrating a legislative success

New Hampshire Libertas recently reported our biggest victory in the 2017 Session came with the passage of HB436 (Exempting persons using virtual currency from registering as money transmitters). HB436 was introduced in response to the to the Commission to Study Cryptocurrency Regulation which decided to undo part of what was passed by HB666 (2015). President […]

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Voting Recommendations Senate Session May 31 & House Session June 1, 2017

SENATE SESSION View as .pdf Bill # Title Motion   HB215(Judiciary) Establishing a commission to study the legalization, regulation, and taxation of marijuana. OTP-A NAY We support passing this bill unamended, as we believe the amendment weakens the commission to study the legalization, regulation, and taxation of marijuana by removing: ACLU, Marijuana Policy Project, Medical […]

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2017 Session: Week 19

The 2017 Legislative Session is winding down, which means there are very few public hearings between now and the beginning of the 2018 Session. However New Hampshire Libertas continues to advocate for maximum freedom at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) advocating for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. On Tuesday May 23, New […]

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2017 Session: Week 18

The 2017 Legislative Session is winding down, which means there are very few public hearings between now and the beginning of the 2018 Session. However New Hampshire Libertas continues to advocate for maximum freedom at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) advocating for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. On Tuesday May 16, New […]

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2017 Session: Week 17

Even though the 2017 Legislative Session is winding down, New Hampshire Libertas continues to advocate for maximum freedom at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. On Tuesday May 9, New Hampshire Libertas President Darryl W. Perry attended the House Election Law Committee work sessions on SB113 […]

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