The first week of the NH Legislative Session is in the books, and New Hampshire Libertas was at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation.
On Tuesday (Jan 10), President Darryl W. Perry testified on:
|CACR1||Relating to the general court. Providing that the general court shall hold sessions biennially.||support|
|HB110||Requiring members of the press corps covering the proceedings of the general court to wear a name tag.||oppose|
|HCR2||Supporting efforts to ensure that students from New Hampshire have access to debt-free higher education at public colleges and universities.||oppose|
|HB249||Relative to showing a ballot.||support|
|HB218||Relative to activities at polling places.||oppose|
|HB253||Relative to campaign materials at the polling place.||support|
|CACR4||Relating to the attorney general. Providing that the attorney general shall be elected every 2 years.||nominal support|
Additionally, Perry crafted a proposed amendment for the sponsor of HB253 to combine the intent of HB253 with the clarification sought by HB218. This amendment will likely be considered by the Election Law Committee at the upcoming Executive Session.
On Wednesday (Jan 11), Perry testified on:
|HB170||Relative to posting notice and minutes of public meetings on the public body’s website.||support|
|HB178||Establishing a commission to study processes to resolve right-to-know complaints.||support|
|HB153||Requiring a manslaughter charge for heroin and fentanyl dealers when the user dies.||oppose|
Perry also observed several other hearings, and had productive conversations with lawmakers on several topics.
Video is available for several of these hearings on the New Hampshire Libertas YouTube channel. And, of course, we are preparing for Week 2 with hearings on warrant articles (local ballot initiatives), tax-payer funding of lobbyists, assisting federal agents with warrantless searches, industrial hemp, and more.
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Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas
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