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Post by Just some guy » Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:29 pm

New to N.H. HB 1778

This bill restates the "right to travel" and requires the department of safety to provide at no cost to all noncommercial automobile and noncommercial conveyance owners a decal and identification card that states the holder is exempt from registering his or her private conveyance under the Uniform Commercial Code exemption for consumer goods and household goods.
This bill also repeals requirements for certain drivers to aquire noncommercial drivers' licenses.

https://legiscan.com/NH/text/HB1778/id/1659567



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Post by Dan1100 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:45 pm

On February 15, it was voted "Inexpedient to legislate" 287-44 which in NH means it is dead and will not be reconsidered.

https://legiscan.com/NH/rollcall/HB1778/id/703130

https://www.lfda.org/sites/default/file ... Status.pdf

Amazing that 44 whackadoodles voted for it, but New Hampshire. :roll:


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Post by Sugar Magnolia » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:03 pm

Will you never learn?



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Post by RoadScholar » Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:02 pm

Oy. Idiots.


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Post by Northland10 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:55 am

Just some guy wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:29 pm
This bill restates the "right to travel" ...
Despite the constant harping about a "right to travel," you folks refuse to recognize the difference between right to travel and right to operate. Generally, you do have a right to travel without papers or even identification. You do not, however, have a right to operate a heavy vehicle that could potentially endanger others who are excercising their right to travel (pedestrians, those riding in other cars, those in trains, etc.).

To ensure the safety of others, states may require that operators are trained in how to safely operate their vehicle and revoke this privilege if the driver is unable to abide by safety laws. The cost of a license, which one could debate as to how much, is supposed to help pay for the administration of the required licensing. What courts have ruled is that such license must be available equally to all adult persons who have have proven they can operate safely.

You have a right to ride in cars, or walk, or ride in other vehicles. You do not have an inherent right to operate these vehicles.


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Post by boots » Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:32 pm

So, JSG, does your glee over that bill that failed in NH legislature mean you now recognize the gubmint? Are you gonna start paying your taxes and taking your fluoride now? Are you gonna?



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Post by GlimDropper » Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:17 pm

I'm just going to throw a name out there for no real reason other perhaps than to see who's ears perk up:

George Douglas Metz II



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Post by RoadScholar » Thu Oct 25, 2018 9:42 pm

Yeah, a better exercise might be to challenge laws against hitch-hiking on such Constitutional grounds. Or just walking on the shoulder of any publicly-owned roads. You could make a case that, in order to visit your sick grandmother and having no car, you have a right to travel on foot. And due to trespassing laws you can’t very well set out overland, so your best option is to walk or hitch.


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