This appears to be a thing, and we need your help to flesh it out. People from Massachusetts and New York are driving their campers into New Hampshire. They are parking them somewhere and then going to the local town hall to claim that as their address for voting purposes.
Maybe you heard it. The weeping for the death of a political dynasty. Maybe you could feel the shockwaves as they resonated across New England? Me neither, but they were there. Joseph “chapstick” Kennedy the Third made new ‘Kennedy’ history. He’s the first of his name to lose an election for a Massachusetts seat.
Those of you who find yourselves traveling south of the border in the People’s Republik of Maskachusetts, take heed. Charlie “Parker” has ratcheted up (or is it down?) the restrictions. Ignore the new mandates from cash-strapped, “we’ll fine anyone for anything,” Massachusetts at your own fiscal peril.
A bunch of lawyers on the Supreme Court said states could tax online sales as if the buyer was in the state making the purchase. No one in New Hampshire, even the Democrats, liked that much. And they seem to agree on a similar issue. Massachusetts is taxing employees in NH, working remotely on jobs …