High-Profile Moments Affect New Hampshire's Political Consensus On Guns
In most cases, New Hampshire’s representatives in Congress have kept the state’s more open approach to gun ownership and gun rights during debates in Washington. There are exceptions, though, and they may tell us something about the state's role in today’s high profile national debate over gun violence.
Dean Spiliotes is civic scholar at Southern New Hampshire University. He joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson to look back at where New Hampshire's members of congress and congressional candidates have stood on gun issues.