CACR 13: Income Tax Amendment Is Headed To The People

Come November, Granite Staters will be voting on an amendment to the state constitution banning a personal income tax. The amendment would need to receive the support of two-thirds of voters in November in order to become law. While New Hampshire is already one of the nation’s nine states without a personal income tax, the amendment would require another amendment be passed — including the requisite two-thirds of popular votes — in order for an income tax to be reconsidered.

Keep your eye on State Impact as we cover the lead up to the popular vote this fall.


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