Time for Action

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The legislative filing period has ended with over 800 pieces of legislation having been filed in the New Hampshire General Court. New Hampshire Libertas has identified about 300 pieces of legislation to put our efforts behind. The text of the bills – to be heard in the 2017 Legislative Session – began being made public today with Committee Hearings beginning in early January.

That means over the next couple of weeks we’ll be busy reading and reviewing legislation and contacting the sponsors of these bills to try to get good legislation passed and bad legislation defeated. And when the Committee Hearings begin, Darryl W. Perry will be there testifying on as many of the targeted bills as possible (note: because there are 36 committees between the House and Senate there will be times when Committee Hearings are scheduled at the same time).

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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.

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.