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 Hampshire Libertas President Darryl W. Perry attended the House Election Law Committee Executive Sessions, and will be reaching out to legislators in an effort to defeat some of the anti-freedom legislation that has received a positive committee recommendation.
All legislation must be acted upon by June 1, which means we should be able to give a 2017 Session-in-Review by mid-June. This review will include a tally of wins & losses, as well as a list of some of our more important successes.
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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.
Our goal is to acquire a mere $5,000 per year in contributions from people like you to help pay for travel and administrative expenses. If you are interested in helping fund New Hampshire Libertas, you can start with a recurring contribution of as little as $5 a month. Every contribution helps bring us that much closer to achieving our goals and ensuring liberty in our lifetime.
New Hampshire Libertas is not for hire to the highest bidder, and will advocate for 100% freedom on every issue, every time. New Hampshire Libertas specializes in Election Law (specifically ballot access reform and voter rights), Freedom of Information / Government Transparency, Criminal Justice Reform.