Seemingly innocuous water bill riles N.H. conservatives & splits Republicans
After the bill passed the Senate and reached the House, lawmakers received a "red alert" from Ken Eyring of the Southern New Hampshire 9-12 Project, warning that it would enable the state to usurp the rights of individuals to water. "If you own a well," it read, you will soon not own it. If you collect rain water, you soon will not be allowed to and you will be fined or arrested if you do."
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