New Hampshire 2019 RTT legislation proposed "Get Involved People"

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New Hampshire 2019 RTT legislation proposed "Get Involved People"

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Representative Richard Marple of Merrimack County District 24, Dick if you have the chance to talk with him, is putting together the 2019 “Right to Travel” (RTT) bill. He has submitted his proposal and has received LSR #, 19-0184, which is under final review. He has until December 15, 2018 to approve the LSR. Attached you will find the proposed legislation.

To all New Hampshirites who believe your right to travel freely amongst the States is an unalienable right and not a privilege given, and charged for, by your government it is time to get involved in this effort to return the rights to the people that they are owed through the State and Federal constitutions. We have an opportunity in New Hampshire to get the ball rolling on RTT legislation and if successful this effort will go viral across continental America. In order for this local effort to succeed “We the People” must make it happen. We the People are the only ones who can. Your so called state government has no intention of doing this at the current time. The bill proposed in the 2018 (HB1778) session made it to a floor vote on the recommendation of the Transportation Committee of “Inexpedient to Legislate” (ITL) which passed. Do not think the bill passed because of this, it did not. The bill was defeated because it was decided by your legislators that the state would lose too much money in revenues from unlawfully charging you for one of your God given rights. I am sure with the persuasion of thousands of people this will change their minds and be an easy task. It will take thousands of people, who can hold their feet to the fire, to make them do what is right. The time is NOW to do your part and everyone must get involved.

Call your State Representatives and Senators and let them know you want your right to travel back. And at the same time keep your hard earned money in your pockets where it belongs. The world is changing and the people are waking up and seeing the truth. Let’s get this legislation passed in the 2019 session. Get involved!

How NH Legislation Works

New Hampshire has one of the largest legislative bodies in the world. In the General Court, we have 400 men and women in our House of Representatives and 24 State Senators. The Governor heads the Executive branch. In NH, almost every significant action by the Governor [appointments, contracts, etc.] must be ratified by an independently elected 5 member Executive Council.

In the NH House, bills are submitted during specified weeks in the early fall. Freshmen Legislators have a deadline to propose legislation, while incumbents have until a later date. Initial legislative proposals are called “Legislative Service Request” (LSR) and get an LSR number. Legislative Services staff does research and helps make the wording and punctuation effectively reflect what the Sponsor, the person who submitted the bill, wants to get done.

By the beginning of January, all LSRs must be finalized, get changed into Bills, and get a “Bill number”, which replaces the LSR number. All LSRs and bills are searchable on NH.gov website. One can search by LSR/bill number, topic, partial text or by sponsor.

All bills are assigned by the Speaker of the House to one or more relevant committees. For example, a bill that may carry a criminal charge will be heard in Judiciary and one dealing with schools will likely go to the Education Committee.

Each Committee must hold a public hearing, with date and time posted on the House website and published in the House Calendar on every bill it considers. After the public hearing, the Committee will ‘mark up’ the bill in Executive session, where the bill may be amended. The Committee then votes to send the bill to the floor of the House with a recommendation [Ought to pass (OTP), Ought to pass as Amended (OTPA), or Inexpedient to Legislate (ITL)] on how the House should proceed. The whole House then votes on the Committee Recommendation, not on the bill itself. “Yea” can mean ought to pass (OTP) or inexpedient to legislate (ITL) depending on what the Committee recommended.

If the bill passes House, it will go to the Senate, where it will go through the Committee process, including another public hearing and a Senate vote.

The Senate follows a similar procedure [bill introduced, assigned to a Committee, Senate vote, pass to the House], but Senators can introduce bills at any time.

Only after both House and Senate have agreed to identical language will the Bill go to the Governor for signature into law or to be vetoed.

https://legiscan.com/NH
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Re: New Hampshire 2019 RTT legislation proposed "Get Involved People"

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Update to 2019 legislation on “Right to Travel” RTT in New Hampshire

Recently Dick Marple did a couple of radio interviews with David Tulis (Tennessee) on
NoogaRadio 92.7. Very informative article and interviews (videos) I think you will enjoy. Here is the link.

http://newsbitsandbites.com/article1/bill_clarifies_rights_of_travel-url.shtml

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Re: New Hampshire 2019 RTT legislation proposed "Get Involved People"

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When Dick went to court for his driving without a license charge, the arguments presented between the judge and his defense were rightly justified. He ended up losing the case, and got a slap on the wrist.
Now, the issue isn’t whether the RTT bill needs to be passed or not. It would simply reaffirm a right given to all men from the Almighty GOD.

The bill would however present the largest headache for law enforcement this state has ever seen. Do I find this to be a problem?
I do not.
I believe that law enforcement personel especially need to be educated, or rather re-educated, about the unalienable rights that American Nationals, not US Citizen, have through the Constitution for the united States of America.
I am happy to spread this valiant attempt by Marple, which could be his political suicide, to as many ears in my voice shot as I can.

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Re: New Hampshire 2019 RTT legislation proposed "Get Involved People"

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Press Conference HB 507

State Representative Dick Marple, Merrimack #24, will be announcing the 2019 HB 507 bill on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 in the lobby of the LOB, Legislative Office Building, 33 N. State St, Concord, New Hampshire at 9:00 A.M.

HB 507 is the Right to Travel bill that will save New Hampshire folks $$$$ by removing the requirements of registering and inspecting personal automobiles and remove the requirement of having a Driver’s license for non-commercial use of the roads.

This is long overdue legislation which will return the unalienable “Right to Travel” back to the people of New Hampshire State. It will also put your money back where it belongs, in your pocket.

This is a callout for everyone in New Hampshire to get behind this Bill and get it passed. Call your State representatives and senators and let them know you want this bill passed.

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