It seems NH state rep Cynthia Chase of Chesire county wants to clamp down on Freedom in the shire due to the Free state project's effectiveness so far.
From Tom Woods
"Thomas E. Woods Jr.How do we keep freedom seekers from moving to New Hampshire? A state rep answers this bizarre question by proposing to restrict freedom in New Hampshire so libertarians won't want to move there. Watch my most recent video."
My wife and I signed up for the free state project and are planning to move to NH next year... we read the 101 great things about NH... no income or sales tax, and so many other great reasons to move there... but look at the harsh penalty for simple cannabis cultivation!
Minutes after reading a late-night news story online about him that he perceived to be inaccurate, Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan ordered a sergeant to a reporter's home insisting on changes, a move First Amendment experts said reeked of intimidation and attempted censorship.
New Hampshire governor vetoes ‘restrictive’ voter ID law
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New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch (D) on Thursday vetoed a bill that would have required voters to present a government-issued photo identification before casting a ballot.
“The right to vote is a fundamental right that is guaranteed to all citizens of this State under the United States and New Hampshire Constitutions,” he said. “Our election laws must be designed to encourage and facilitate voting by all eligible voters in New Hampshire.”
If you're working 40 hours a week or more in a cubicle, then you might enjoy fantasizing about the luxury of retirement. Will you spend it on the beach, drink in hand? Or hiking through the National Parks? Do you want to move from gritty urban living to the country?
THIS IS IT! Everything we’ve been working for will come down to New Hampshire. We need all the people we can get to come to New Hampshire and help campaign for Ron Paul. We’ll also be throwing a huge debate watch party which will include great speakers/performers and FREE food!
CONCORD, N.H. — “I can tell you in New Hampshire people don’t like sales tax,” a diner eating lunch in a Concord restaurant told the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO. “Don’t confuse the New Hampshire sales tax with this because you’re going to have to pay that anyway,” Cain said.
But the man quickly corrected the presidential candidate: “New Hampshire doesn’t have a sales tax.” “Don’t mix the two,” Cain insisted. “Some people say, well we don’t want a sales tax. It’s not a state sales tax.”