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Old 03-27-2011, 12:01 AM   #1
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Default New Hampshire House votes to make permits mandatory

The New Hampshire House of Representatives passed HB330 with a vote of 244 - 109. It's on its way to the Senate right now.
It's a "Constitutional Carry" bill, allowing citizens to carry concealed weapons without a permit.
Bill Text: NH House Bill 330 - 2011 Regular Session | eLobbyist

The Senate introduced SB88, which is a "stand your ground" bill. It goes into committee on Thursday, the 31st.
Bill Text: NH Senate Bill 88 - 2011 Regular Session | eLobbyist

Good job, New Hampshire! Taking "Live Free or Die" seriously!



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Old 03-27-2011, 12:05 AM   #2
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Thanks for bringing that to the forum and WELCOME!!



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Way to go New Hampshire!!!! Welcome to the Forum Glock31girl!

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Wow another reason to move south of Kittery.

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That's awesome. Thanks for the info, and welcome to the forum.

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That would add another state to the list of those that already allow Constitutional Carry....Alaska, Arizona, Vermont and now Wyoming, whose law goes into effect 1 July 11.

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I can't wait for that to pass!! Great state!! Welcome to the forum, lots of info and fun here!!! Terry.

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You confused me with the title to the thread: "New Hampshire House votes to make permits mandatory". Apparently, NH wants to nuke the permit issue entirely? Good!

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Gotta love NH,,



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