N.H. Senate Bill 347 is just as unconstitutional as House Bill 1525!
CONCORD, N.H. — One unconstitutional bill was defeated on Wednesday. However, another unconstitutional bill takes its place.
House Bill 1525 was defeated without fanfare on Wednesday just as Senate Bill 347 was introduced.
Senate Bill 347 is just as unconstitutional because it infringes on the First and Fourteenth amendment rights of the people. Nudity rights are defined in those two amendments – under the Free Exercise Clause of the First and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth.
Senate Bill 347 is a sneak attack on civil rights because it defers our rights to local municipalities, which, like the state governments, have absolutely no business deciding our rights.
The people of New Hampshire won one round before. Hopefully, they can kill SB 347 as well!
Thanks to Representative Amanda Bouldin (D-Manchester, N.H.) for the tip.