New Hampshire law dictates the right of citizens to place resolutions on the agendas (or "warrants") for their annual town meetings, which typically take place in March. Getting a resolution on the warrant requires attention to deadlines and other factors. Passing a resolution, and having the educational impact you want, requires attention to community organizing. This short "How To" guide gives you practical tips for a successful campaign in your town.
Are you thinking of introducing a resolution in your town? Contact Will Hopkins at NH Peace Action to let him know.