New Hampshire

Endorsement, Local Self-Governance, New Hampshire, Preemption

New Hampshire – Opinion: Grassroots Nonprofit Supports State Constitutional Amendment to Guarantee Community Rights

October 13, 2017 Full Article here. Concord – Representative Ellen Read of Rockingham District 17, has introduced a State Constitutional amendment that would guarantee local communities the authority to protect the health, safety and welfare of individuals, communities and nature. The Community Rights amendment was drafted by New Hampshire Community Rights Network (NHCRN) […]

Local News, New Hampshire, Press Release

Persistence pays off: The People of Barrington, NH, Vote in Community Rights at Town Meeting

The People of Barrington, NH, Vote in Community Rights at Town Meeting Mar 8, 2016 Residents subordinate corporate interests to Community Rights, ban unsustainable projects FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Michelle Sanborn 603-524-2468 [email protected] BARRINGTON, NH:  Tonight, residents at Town Meeting in Barrington, NH, voted  795 to 759 to adopt a […]

Endorsement, New Hampshire, State News

National Community Rights Network endorses proposed New Hampshire state constitutional amendment

  January 2016 Contact: Tom Groover, [email protected] | 303-709-3327 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 5, 2016   National Community Rights Network endorses proposed New Hampshire state constitutional amendment            NHCRN Proposed State Constitutional Amendment Would Guarantee the Right of Local Community Self-Government   The National Community Rights Network […]

Endorsement, Extraction, New Hampshire

National Community Rights Network Endorses New Hampshire Town’s Community Bill of Rights Ordinance

Contact: Cindy Kudlik:  ckudlik at, 603-780-4511 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 31, 2015 NEW HAMPSHIRE: This month, the National Community Rights Network (NCRN) endorsed Barrington, New Hampshire’s Community Bill of Rights Ordinance. The rights- based ordinance secures the rights of residents to clean water, air, and scenic preservation, and bans […]