LPNH EC Passes Resolution on Cannabis Decriminalization

By a vote of 5-0, the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire Executive Committee adopted a resolution thanking the New Hampshire Senate on passing a version of cannabis decriminalization, and asking the General Court to continue to remove all penalties related to possession and distribution of drugs. LPNH Chair, Darryl W. Perry says, “I’m glad the NH Senate finally passed something they’re calling decriminalization, it’s a good first step.” Adding, “I’m hoping the New Hampshire General Court will sooner rather than later take steps to remove all penalties, both civil and criminal, related to the possession or distribution of cannabis and …

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Representative Joseph Stallcop (Cheshire 4) joins the Libertarian Party

Concord, NH – Representative Joseph Stallcop (Cheshire 4), formerly a member of the Democratic Party, announced today on the State House steps he is changing his party affiliation to the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire.

“Personally witnessing the situation at Standing Rock showed me the danger of relinquishing power and authority into an institution,” stated Representative Stallcop, “while my time in Concord reinforced the ineptitude that can exist by those in charge. I originally joined the Democratic Party in hopes of making a difference through critical thinking and my classical liberal viewpoint, …

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Announcing an LPNH Press Conference

PRESS CONFERENCE INFORMATION:

Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 11:00am, near the front entrance to the NH State House

Speakers: Arvin Vohra (National Libertarian Party Vice Chairman), Darryl W. Perry (Libertarian Party of New Hampshire Chairman), and a special guest

State Representative to join the Libertarian Party

Concord, NH – On May 10, for the second time this year, a sitting State Representative will join the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire (LPNH).

When Caleb Dyer (Hillsborough 37) joined the Libertarian Party in February, Darryl W Perry, LPNH Chairman said, “I welcome Dyer into the Libertarian Party with open …

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