2017 Session: Week 15


The 15th week of the 2017 Legislative Session has come to a close, and 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 April 25, New Hampshire Libertas President, Darryl W Perry testified on the following bills.

SB88 Authorizing wine manufacturer retail outlets. support
HB99 Relative to beverage containers. support
HB161 Relative to beverage sales at farmers' markets. oppose

On Wednesday April 26, New Hampshire Libertas President, Darryl W Perry testified on the following bills.

HB171 Prohibiting the state or its political subdivisions from assisting a federal agency in the collection of electronic data without a warrant. support
HB209 Relative to the adoption of Atlantic Standard Time. support

Audio is available for these hearings on the New Hampshire Libertas YouTube channel. You can find updates on committee recommendations, and actions by the House and Senate, on legislation we are tracking, here.

And we have another success to mention, the Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee voted unanimously to amend HB301 to incorporate our proposal to shorten that bill to eliminate the proposal to regulate electric grills. The amended bill was then amended on the floor to eliminate the requirement that the grill be UL certified. We’d like to thank Senators Woodburn and Guida for the Committee Amendment and Floor Amendment to this bill, respectively.

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In Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas

The mission of New Hampshire Libertas is to advocate for minimal government and maximum human freedom by weighing all legislation against the litmus of our principles and responding accordingly by testifying in legislative hearings, holding court with individual legislators, and crafting liberty-minded legislation.

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