What happens when Free-Staters are elected to the NH House?
Well... the TSA gets a little well-earned pushback! See the interview here
The very first day of business
in which 12 Free-Staters were members of the NH Legislature, it became legal to carry guns in the New Hampshire House chambers. Read the full story
in the NH Union Leader!
Numerous members of the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance (NHLA)
, over 1 dozen of whom are Free State Project early-movers, were elected to the New Hampshire legislature for the 2011-2012 biennium. They are joined by numerous Friends of the FSP and native liberty-oriented activists, both freshmen and returning to office. The NHLA endorsed
137 candidates total; 120 were elected, filling seats in both the NH House and Senate.
Libertopia is a documentary film about 3 members of the Free State Project. The extended trailer looks incredible!
The nation’s three largest bond rating agencies have held New Hampshire’s rating steady
, reflecting a "fundamentally strong state economy." Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Investor Services, and Fitch Ratings all maintained the state’s above average ratings, both for this bond issue and the state’s long-term outlook.
Thanks to Jim Davies for the nice PorcFest article
at Strike The Root!
Hot on the heels of New Hampshire's achieving total knife freedom, police have been ordered to return confiscated switchblades.
Source of article below: PGNH
New Hampshire State Representative Jennifer Coffey, a senior Advisor of PGNH, and attorney Evan Nappen, PGNH General Counsel and Director, were presented with awards at the BLADE show last week in Atlanta, Georgia.
Today, May 18, 2010, NH Governor Lynch signed into law HB1665 which took effect immediately.
New Hampshire now has absolutely no knife laws which stop law abiding citizens from buying, selling, owning, carrying, possessing, transporting, collecting, or lawfully using any type of knife! New Hampshire truly lives up to its motto of "Live Free Or Die."
The bill's prime sponsor, and one of its co-sponsors, each moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, and have since been elected to the NH House of Representatives.