Make Your Activism for Liberty a Habit Activism for Liberty has a definite purpose. That is to bring about political and societal change in the direction of more individual freedom. It isn't merely the act of telling people our opinions. It involves action with the intent of influencing others toward greater awareness, understanding, and practice of the principles of Liberty. Here are… (Read more)
Let’s Make New Hampshire’s Automotive Tint Laws Less Draconian New Hampshire RSA 265:95 forbids any aftermarket tint on the driver or passenger side windows. The law is primarily enforced during the yearly inspection and will cause a vehicle to fail the safety inspection. States have progressively been moving to allow aftermarket tint on windows. In 1993, sixteen states did not allow any tint on… (Read more)
Tax The Ski Lift Tickets, Too! A bill filed by five House Democrats could affect one of New Hampshire’s primary tourist attractions: The skiing industry. The current 9% tourist sales tax already applies to all prepared food, hotels, and rental cars. In an effort to increase sales tax revenue for the State and help fund education for underprivileged children and prison… (Read more)
Selfless Self-Ownership: Reconciling Liberty-Minded Living with a Sense of Community Libertarian types are as selfish as they come.  All they want is to be left alone. They don’t believe anyone should do anything for anyone else.  They just don’t care… Heard that before?  Me too; it seems to be a fairly common assumption.  As a liberty lover in what could be called a “statist” job,… (Read more)
Lobbying, Finger Pointing, and Public Safety A recent letter to the editor in a local paper sparked my interest.  It concerned HB664, which would have mandated that “No insurance company, agent, or adjuster shall knowingly fail to pay a claim to the claimant or repairer (my emphasis) to the extent the claimant’s vehicle is repaired in conformance with applicable manufacturer’s procedures.” … (Read more)
2019 Mid-Term Legislator Scores The following data is a mid-term score for each representative and senator based on pro-liberty and anti-liberty roll call votes through crossover. It represents a simplified version of the scoring that is completed at the end of the session. Votes in this report are unweighted with regard to the liberty impact of each bill and… (Read more)
One Person CAN Make a Difference You might think that being just one person in the 400-member New Hampshire House would be a pretty powerless position, but there were at least two examples this past session where the outcome of an issue was changed by just one or two Reps. The simplest case was a vote that passed by the slimmest… (Read more)

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The NHLA is a non-partisan coalition working to increase individual freedom in New Hampshire. We review and rate bills in the State Legislature, and recommend how legislators should vote on bills, based on how they affect individual liberties. We compile report cards on legislators, based on their support for individual liberty. We also assist the campaigns of Liberty candidates for the New Hampshire Legislature, and, provide assistance to local families or persons in need. Learn more…

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