Town Doesn't Welcome Libertarians A libertarian group planning to move to tiny Grafton, N.H., got a hostile reception from the locals this weekend. The Free Town Project hopes to get 200 members to move to Grafton, where they'd vote to privatize roads, eliminate funding for public education, and legalize so-called "victimless" crimes. New Hampshire Public Radio's Raquel Maria Dillon reports.
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A libertarian group planning to move to tiny Grafton, N.H., got a hostile reception from the locals this weekend. The Free Town Project hopes to get 200 members to move to Grafton, where they'd vote to privatize roads, eliminate funding for public education, and legalize so-called "victimless" crimes. New Hampshire Public Radio's Raquel Maria Dillon reports.