Senate Amendment to House Bill 372 Does Not Go Far Enough

The right to vote has been described as one of the most precious of our rights.  But that right is meaningless if out-of-State voters are deciding New Hampshire elections.  Yet that is exactly what happened in 2016 in -at a minimum- in the United States Senate race and the Presidential contest.

Earlier this year, the Governor signed Senate Bill 3 into law, which tightens up the definition of who is allowed to vote in New Hampshire.  As I explained here, Senate Bill 3 did not go far enough.  There is a new bill, House Bill 372, which will address one of the problems with Senate Bill 3.  Yet it too does not go far enough.  Fortunately, it can easily be improved, as I will discuss below.

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Croydon Amendment is Unconstitutional – 1st Amendment Prohibits Discrimination Against Religious Schools

This tweet got my attention earlier today:

The #DyingPaper editorial was not very informative.  It didn’t really explain the need for an amendment, never mind produce a link to the amendment.

I was able to locate the amendment through the website of a a left-of-center organization called Reaching Higher NH:

The purpose of the amendment, as explained by Reaching Higher NH: Continue reading