Concord Monitor: Barnstead voters pass community bill of rights barring future religious identification
Mar 14, 2016by Ella Nilsen, Concord Monitor
In the face of hostile political rhetoric in the 2016 Republican presidential campaign, Barnstead, NH, residents protect themselves from religious identification requirements through a Community Bill of Rights adopted at Town Meeting on Saturday.
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