2017 Session: Week 3


Week 3 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 24), President Darryl W. Perry testified on:

HB379 relative to political advertising in rights-of-way. support (with reservation)
HB384 establishing a committee to study ballot access in New Hampshire. support
HB240 relative to state party conventions. oppose
HB497 relative to delegates to national party conventions. oppose
HB533 relative to political advocacy organizations. oppose
HB477 relative to free speech on campuses in the university system and the community college system. support

On Wednesday (Jan 25), Perry testified on:

HB389 relative to voters with physical disabilities. oppose
HB390 relative to parties on certain election forms and ballots and relative to the voter registration form used on the day of the general election. support
HB464 relative to voter identification requirements when obtaining a ballot. oppose
HB447 relative to allocating electoral college electors based on the national popular vote. oppose
HB436 exempting persons using virtual currency from registering as money transmitters. support

Video will soon be available for several of these hearings on the New Hampshire Libertas YouTube channel. We are also tracking the committee recommendations of bills we have targeted and on which we have provided testimony. You can find those updates here.

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

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