Want to learn some history of the Free State Project? Visit the FSP Timeline
for a chronology of notable events.
The interview can be seen here
and begins at the 9 minute 30 second mark.
In 2006, one Free State Project participant was elected
to the New Hampshire House of Representatives. In 2008, he was joined
by 3 more.
You may ask, "What have they done? What does it mean to have 4 libertarians elected to state office?" Denis Goddard of FreeStateBlogs has compiled a list of some of the bills sponsored by these initial four porcupine legislators with commentary on their subject matter and passage.
Curious where people are hearing about the Free State Project? See the stats for August
. If you have ideas for outreach opportunities, let us know at email@example.com
Matt Simon, the executive director of the New Hampshire Coalition for Common Sense Marijuana Policy and an FSP Participant, has had a letter to the editor published in the NH Union Leader
criticizing the marijuana civil disobedience occurring in Keene and Manchester, NH. A medical marijuana bill supported by him, HB 648
, is up for veto-override on October 28th. What is the status of drug reform activism in your state?
Dave Ridley reports
on the crucial role FSP Participants have had in bringing a Manchester, NH spending cap to the center of attention. What impact could you have when you move?
The Free State Project is a diverse mix of individuals with a range of activism interests. Please browse the YouTube videos of interviews
and our YouTube channel
for videos of activism, community, and more.
FSP Participants have been conducting marijuana civil disobedience in Keene, NH for several days straight by peacefully smoking marijuana at 4:20 in Keene’s Central Square
, and at the Keene Police Station
. Hundreds of people have participated and have so far been free from arrest by police and gained much press attention. To follow this story, visit FreeKeene.com
Please note that, as discussed in our disclaimer
, The Free State Project does not organize or take a position on any of this, but is simply reporting on press about us and the activity of participants.
Several FSP Participants attended the Campaign For Liberty's Northeast Conference and distributed hundreds of flyers and bookmarks, talked with scores of people, and plugged the FSP to other attending organizations. If there is an event at which you think the FSP should conduct outreach, please email us
Read what happened when a yoga for peace gathering was denied by the town selectmen in The Union Leader
and the Associated Press