On Thursday afternoon, the New Hampshire House voted on CACR20, legislation that would place a question on the ballot asking voters if they wished to amend the New Hampshire Constitution to include a provision stating that New Hampshire declares independence from the union once the DC politicians rack up a debt of $40 trillion.
Legislation filed by Representative Jason Gerhard (R-Northfield) would place a question on the ballot for the voters of New Hampshire. If approved by two thirds of voters, the New Hampshire Constitution would be amended to say that the state will declare independence if the federal government accrues a debt of $40 trillion. As of 10/13, the US debt is $33.5 trillion. In 2020, the debt was under $27 trillion.