concealed carry

Politics
7:35 pm
Wed March 11, 2015

N.H. Lawmakers Overwhelmingly Reject More Background Checks For Gun Sales

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The New Hampshire House voted in a nearly a 2-1 margin to reject a bill to require criminal background checks on all commercial firearm sales.

Prior to the vote, Republican John Burt from Goffstown, argued that requiring criminal background checks would be a waste of time.

“All this bill is going to do is interrupt law-abiding citizens, that’s all any gun legislation does, because the criminal will always have his gun,” Burt said yesterday.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Mon February 9, 2015

The Debate About Carrying Concealed Firearms In N.H.

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With a new bill addressing how Granite Staters are allowed to carry a concealed gun, many are tapping in to the perennial conversation about concealed versus open carry. And while the right to bear arms is well-established in New Hampshire, there’s still debate about the who, where, and how when it comes to firearms.

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North Country
2:15 pm
Wed January 7, 2015

How North Country Reps Voted On Concealed Carry Inside Chamber

Credit Allegra Boverman for NHPR

Slightly more than half of the North Country legislators voted Wednesday in favor of allowing concealed weapons to be carried in the House chamber and Legislative Office Building.

The measure passed 248 – 149.

Those voting in favor of allowing concealed weapons:

* Brad Bailey, Republican, of Monroe

* Edmond Gionet, Republican, of Lincoln

* Erin Hennessey, Republican, of Littleton

* Linda Massimilla, Democrat of Littleton

* Larry Rappaport, Republican of Colebrook

* Herb Richardson (Republican) of Lancaster

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North Country
3:34 pm
Fri January 27, 2012

How North Country Reps Voted On Gun Bills

As reported by NHPR the Senate recently delayed action on three gun bills.

The bills had already passed the House.

Here’s how sixteen representatives from the North Country voted before the bills went to the Senate.

House Bill 536which would allow carrying a concealed gun without getting a special permit.

It passed 193 – 122.

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