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    OK I am mad at the Free State Project at the moment. I posted a question in their forum on private septic and water which I have never had. I stated I am considering this because urban areas are either too expensive or undesirable and I referred to Manchester by its nickname Methchester. The admin did not approve my post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    OK I am mad at the Free State Project at the moment. I posted a question in their forum on private septic and water which I have never had. I stated I am considering this because urban areas are either too expensive or undesirable and I referred to Manchester by its nickname Methchester. The admin did not approve my post.
    Did you see the series on NBC on the Free State Project? My cousin is a political reporter for NBC and she produced it. It's interesting what this organized migration is doing in NH and a lot of the citizens there don't like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    Did you see the series on NBC on the Free State Project? My cousin is a political reporter for NBC and she produced it. It's interesting what this organized migration is doing in NH and a lot of the citizens there don't like it.
    Yes, I watched the series and enjoyed it.

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    Yppej
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    So now there has been an ugly rupture in the Free State Project between the left leaning and right leaning Libertarians, same as happened in Massachusetts with that party. Add that on top of the unrelenting high costs of housing and property taxes and my thoughts are again turning to Vermont.

    I do have concerns about Vermont including that it seems worse hit by the opioid crisis, homelessness, etc and maybe the liberal social policies make it a draw for people in desperate straits?

    I haven't been impressed with the southern part of the state, so this will probably be a longer range plan for when I retire. I did like the Northeast Kingdom when I visited it, and it's relatively free - one school district there was the only place in that state without a mask mandate.

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