Free State Victories 2005-2006 Legislative Session

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Free State Victories 2005-2006 Legislative Session

Postby d_goddard » Tue Aug 15, 2006 10:47 am

The Free State Project is an attempt to achieve, in one well-chosen U.S. State, a rapid return to Freedom that small-government Republicans and the Libertarian Party have not been able to attain in over 30 years of effort.

The 2005-2006 legislative session is over and done with in New Hampshire.
This was the first session in which over 100 of the "First 1000" Free Staters had actually moved in-state.

We have already scored victories for gun freedoms... and we expect more in the next session.

In the blogpost below, I've listed some of our victories this year:
Free State Victories: 2005-2006 Legislative Session

Keep in mind -- all of these victories happened with just over 100 "early-movers", and not one Free-Stater in the State Legislature! This coming November, over a dozen Free-Staters will be running for State Representative positions. Representatives can submit any bill to the legislature, and can call for a full floor debate on any bill. Just think how much fun next year is going to be :)

When you are tired of watching your freedoms evaporate....
When you are tired of being a tiny minority fighting a losing battle...
When you are ready to fight for Freedom -- and win, come join us in the Free State!

Be part of the Second American Revolution: be one of the First 1,000
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Postby KBCraig » Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:11 pm

Hey, Denis!

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Postby cyphur » Thu Aug 17, 2006 9:29 pm

I'd love to move to NH if there were jobs available. I didn't see too many network admin jobs up there for 60k :( COLA is a beast....
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Postby KBCraig » Thu Aug 17, 2006 9:49 pm

There are LOTS of tech jobs, especially in southern NH (part of the Boston metro commuting area). West central NH is also tech heavy, with Dartmouth and all the hospitals.

Cost of living in southern NH is no worse than the metro areas of Texas. One thing that is very different, is that from the middle of the biggest city, you can drive 20 minutes and be out in the country. Try that in DFW, Houston, or San Antonio!

I'm not a tech guy; I'm planning to move to the north country. Lancaster is where I really want to live. Beautiful little town, low cost of living. The mountains remind me of northern Arkansas, only bigger.

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Postby cyphur » Thu Aug 17, 2006 9:58 pm

Heck, I'd go for forest ranger if it paid 40k. I don't need a tech job per se - I just need to support my family.
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Postby d_goddard » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:23 am

Check the Free State Project's NH Jobs page:
http://freestateproject.org/nhinfo/Jobs.php/
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Postby kw5kw » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:21 am

cyphur wrote:Heck, I'd go for forest ranger if it paid 40k. I don't need a tech job per se - I just need to support my family.


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Postby d_goddard » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:00 am

If you believe you can be out here in the next 1.5 years, I strongly urge you to sign the First 1000 pledge.
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