CACR 15 Passed by the NH House!

Mar 19, 2018 by

CACR 15 Passed the New Hampshire House. Next up is the Senate!
CACR 15 proposes a Constitutional amendment enabling taxpayers to bring judgments against the government.

The NH House voted overwhelmingly for a constitutional amendment to restore taxpayer standing.
CACR 15 passed 309-9, greatly exceeding the two-thirds threshold required to put an amendment on the ballot.
The Senate must also give two-thirds approval to enable voters to decide on the amendment in November.

CACR 15 provides that a taxpayer who is eligible to vote in the state has standing to petition the court to declare whether the state or the political subdivision in which the taxpayer resides has spent funds in violation of a law, ordinance, or constitutional provision.

Click here to read detailed Granite State Taxpayers comments on CACR 15 from January.

Click here to find your Senator and Contact them!
Tell them to vote for CACR 15 and restore the Taxpayer’s Right to due process!

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