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Good Questions

NH has two public questions on the ballot. Both are to amend the state Constitution and both are pro-liberty. provides this explanatory statement for the first question:

This constitutional amendment concurrent resolution provides that a taxpayer who is eligible to vote in the state has standing to petition the court to declare whether the state or the political subdivision in which the taxpayer resides has spent funds in violation of a law, ordinance, or constitutional provision.

This came about because in 2009  and again in 2014 courts ruled that simply being a taxpayer did not give legal standing to sue over the distribution of education funds. Of course it should and this amendment gives everybody legal standing to sue if a government here does something illegal or unconstitutional. Story about it here.


Question 2 simply states:

Are you in favor of amending the first part of the constitution by inserting after article 2-a new article to read as follows: [Art.] 2-b. [Right to Privacy.] An individual’s right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent.

Pretty easy to vote yes for both of these.


I see New Jersey has a public question too. A very typical one for down there.

One Comment

  1. Anonymous wrote:

    I like would be worth a try. Water seeks it’s own level though so monitoring it an absolute with real punishment as a penalty for self serving authorship.

    Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 2:20 pm | Permalink

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