One of the many ways Free State Project participants choose to be active is reviewing upcoming legislation with the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance
. For each bill, reviewers answer questions such as: is it constitutional?, does it expand the size, cost, and power of government?, and what will be the unintended consequences? This information is used to recommend to elected officials how to vote on liberty-relevant legislation and to focus NHLA activist resources for or against legislation.
Review sessions can occur as social gatherings at restaurants as pictured below, but can be done anywhere via the internet. For more information on the NHLA's Bill Review System, go here
Want to meetup with like-minded Free State Project supporters in your local area to socialize or organize? Email email@example.com
with your name and city/area, and we'll help you get connected.
Looking for a job in New Hampshire? Volunteers have posted over 100 new jobs to the FSP job alert group on Facebook
. Join the group to be informed (and while you're at it, become a fan of the FSP Facebook page
). You can also post and read about wanted and available jobs on our forum in the NH Jobs section
A prospective mover has posted his thoughts
on his recent visit to New Hampshire and experience with the FSP community on our forum. If you'd like to have someone introduce you to the community and show you around the state, let us know via our Visit New Hampshire page
If you have a website, a blog, or even an email signature, please add a link to the Free State Project website. We offer visual banners
in different shapes and styles. For email signatures, consider adding something like "Want Liberty in your Lifetime? www.FreeStateProject.org." With a little effort, you can meaningfully help spread the word about the Free State Project.
But, we're still over 10,000 participants short of our goal. If you are on the fence, sign up
or let us know
what's holding you back. Similarly, if you know of someone who might be interested in the FSP, let them know about us. Remember, becoming a participant doesn't mean you'll move immediately, but that you'll move within 5 years of us achieving 20,000 participants. Alternatively, if you support the FSP but can't commit to moving, please at least join as a friend
Remember, holidays like Thanksgiving are great opportunities to discuss the FSP with family and friends. Answers to frequently asked questions/objections can be found here
and 101 reasons to move to New Hampshire can be found here
. If you'd like some other information or materials, please email us
One ounce silver round. Porcupine logo on obverse, "The maximum role of government is the protection of life, liberty and property" on reverse. Comes with hard plastic holder. Price: $25. Purchase this and other items from our merchandise center
The keynote speaker for dinner on Friday March 19, 2010 at the Free State Project organized NH Liberty Forum
will be given by Judge Andrew Napolitano
before seats run out.
Watch the full report here
or read some highlights from the Union Leader newspaper
. How did pro-liberty candidates and measures fare in your home state or city?