New Hampshire Bill Seeks To Prohibit Roadside Memorials

An estimated 3,000 riders participated in the Ride for the Fallen Seven in New Hampshire on Saturday, July 6, 2019. The 90 mile ride began in Laconia and ended in Randolph, at the site where a fiery crash claimed the lives of seven people riding with the Jarheads Motorcycle Club last month. (Photo by Paul Hayes)

One piece of legislation for 2020 at the New Hampshire statehouse seeks to prohibit roadside memorials within the right-of-way of any primary or secondary highway.

If made law, it would impact the North Country, where several memorials have been erected through the years along highways following traffic fatalities.

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