NH is the home of the Free State Project, an effort to achieve Liberty in our Lifetime by having liberty-lovers move to the beautiful state of New Hampshire. This wiki is here to serve that goal, and to give potential movers the information they need to come on home to New Hampshire. It also keeps track of some of the important bills that should be watched.
The most important page is located here: Liberty Wins in New Hampshire
There you will find an (incomplete) list of liberty wins in New Hampshire, organized by date. Check back frequently to see new additions!
Editing the wiki
This wiki is fairly new. We're looking for editors. To become an editor:
- Make a new account by clicking the link at the top-right
- Join the FSP Discord by going here: https://discord.gg/gJHrXg7
- Ask to be able to access the wiki, give us your username so we can approve you.
If you don't want to do the editing yourself, you can also simply share a liberty win in the discord server and share the liberty win, and if it's interesting and people are so motivated they may add information about it. If you don't want to join the discord, you can just tell the admin and he can approve you manually.
Most Recent Liberty Wins
August 8th HB409 signed by Governor. This removes the redundant "Booth License" that barbers, cosmetologists, and esthicians were previously required to have in order to do business.
August 4th HB275 signed by Governor. This allows a pupil's parents to pay the difference between a receiving school tuition cost and the sending district tuition cap in a school tuition program, thus allowing families more choice when deciding how to educate their children
August 4th HB119 signed by Governor. This allows homestead food operations to sell food, excluding potentially hazardous food, from the homestead residence, at the owner's farm stand, or at farmers' markets. It also expands food service and meat inspection regulations to cover bison, elk, and red deer.
August 3rd Commonwealth vs. Dean F. Donnell dismissed on the grounds that Massachusetts permitting laws, as applied to New Hampshire residents, is unconstitutional. This would imply that New Hampshire residents are allowed to carry firearms in Massachusetts without a Massachusetts carry permit.
June 28th HB594 signed by Governor. This bill allows out-of-state professional licenses to be recognized as valid in New Hampshire.
June 20th HB2 signed by Governor. This budget contained State of Emergency reform, a faster phase-out of the Interest and Dividends tax, and included an alert system for federal checkpoints.
New Mover Resources
- How do I plan for Winter?
- Which Church should I join? Where's the best Synagogue?
- Where can I find amazing food in NH?
- Who can I contact to help me find a home?
- What sort of Businesses are owned by liberty people in NH?
- Privacy is a constitutional right in NH
- Seatbelts are not required in NH
- Car Insurance is not required in NH
- Income Taxes are not levied in NH
- Gun Rights are well-protected in NH
- Sales Taxes don't exist in NH
- Covid19 is not a major threat to your liberty in NH
- Jury Nullification is a legitimate defense in NH
- Death Taxes aren't a problem in NH