Without Government, Who Would Pass Bills Celebrating Tabletop Games?

In our news roundup today, this will mark the second silly bill entry for the state of New Hampshire, also known simply as the shire, also known as the home to the Free State Project.

In this silly bill entry, we focus on tabletop games.  A New Hampshire legislator is working tirelessly to get a bill passed that would create Tabletop Gaming Day throughout the shire, on April 7th.

As the title of this news item suggests (and it bears repeating), without government, who would pass bills celebrating tabletop games?  This, my friends, is why we pay taxes, not for the roads, but for tabletop game days to be declared.

From USNews.com

House Passes Bill Celebrating Tabletop Games

New Hampshire lawmaker is seeking to promote what she says is an increasingly popular hobby and growing industry in the state: tabletop gaming.

Tabletop gaming refers to common family games like Monopoly, strategy games, chess and more. Rep. Kristina Schultz, a Concord Democrat, says New Hampshire has multiple game manufacturers, gaming clubs and soon will have a tabletop gaming cafe.

A bill she sponsored to declare April 7 as Tabletop Gaming Day in the state passed the House on Thursday. It now goes to the Senate.

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