The NHLA Blog

The official blog of the N.H. Liberty Alliance.

2017 Liberty Rating

This is the fourteenth annual Liberty Rating issued by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. We’d like to congratulate our Legislator of the Year JR Hoell. Rep. Hoell, currently serving his fourth term, received a grade of A+. Representative Hoell has scored A- or better in every year since he was first elected, and is a member of the five year honor roll.

April/May 2017 - Special Election Endorsements

These are the candidates for New Hampshire State Representative special election endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Thank you to all the candidates who took the time to complete our online survey, and to the hard-working pro-liberty former representatives running for reelection.

March 2017 Board Meeting

The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, March 4 at 1PM at Murphy's Taproom (494 Elm Street, Manchester) in the conference room in the back. NHLA members are welcome to attend.

Nominations open for Chairman of the Board and Director of Research

Nominations for Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director of Research are open until November 15th.  The elections will begin on November 18, 2016.

All full and lifetime members are eligible to run for these positions.  Members of the Board of Directors serve two-year terms.

We urge members to nominate qualified candidates, including themselves.  To submit a nomination send an email to:  elections@nhliberty.org

HB 103 House Science Committee hearing

Rep. Belanger introduced bill HB 103 which would deactivate cell phones when they move faster than 5mph, into the House Science, Tech., and Energy Committee  today, recommending that the committee kill his own bill. Citing the large opposition and flaws removed his support for the bill while emphasizing his belief that the process of introducing the bill could help to expand awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.

Committee Report

Committee Report

 

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