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CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY IS THE LAW!!!!!!!!! Governor signs SB 12…

February 22, 2017

Today, February 22, 2017, George Washington’s 285th birthday, was a great day to be a New Hampshire resident.  At about 1045 this morning, Governor Chris Sununu signed SB 12, Constitutional Carry into law.  The new law takes effect immediately.   SB 12 is now CHAPTER 1 of the laws of 2017, the first bill signed by […]

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Action needed: Police opposing Constitutional Carry

February 15, 2017

We have been telling you about the status of SB 12, Constitutional Carry as it moves through the legislative process.  Today, I want to update you about the aggressive, anti-gun activities of the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police (NHACOP).  These public employees are using their official titles and your tax dollars to lobby […]

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NYC Lobbyists spending big money to stop Constitutional Carry

February 5, 2017

We are close, but not quite there yet, Constitutional Carry still needs your help to become the law in New Hampshire. It is vitally important that you to do three things for me so that together, we can get SB 12 enacted into law: 1) Please contact your State Representatives and urge them to support […]

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Updates on Constitutional Carry and Voting Gun Ban

February 3, 2017

In case you missed Alan’s email here’s a recap.  On February 1, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted 12-8 on the motion of “ought to pass” for SB 12, Constitutional Carry.  This means that SB 12 the Constitutional Carry bill now moves to the full House of Representatives for Consideration.  SB 12 […]

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Constitutional Carry latest updates….

February 2, 2017

I am happy to report that yesterday (February 1, 2017) the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted SB 12, Constitutional Carry, “ought to pass” by a vote of 12-8.  Click here to see which Members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted to support your Second Amendment rights. […]

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Critical hearing: Constitutional Carry

January 26, 2017

SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 TIME: 10 AM The New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will hold a public hearing on SB 12, Constitutional Carry. As you know, the concept of “Constitutional Carry” means that you can exercise your constitutional right to protect yourself, your family, and your community without […]

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New gun ban attempt…. important update from Concord…

January 24, 2017

The news out of Concord is mixed.  First, the great news: The Senate passed Constitutional Carry legislation, SB 12 and Governor Sununu issued a press release praising this action.  We will let you know when we need you to start contacting Representatives. Now some good news: We are also working hard to pass HB 84 […]

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Action need to stop gun sales ban….

January 21, 2017

Anti gun extremist, Rep. Katherine Rogers, (D, Merrimack, 28) is pushing HB 201. A bill that will put you in jail for up to a year for selling a gun to a friend or neighbor.  That’s right, under the provisions of HB 201 you can’t even dispose of your private personal property without going to […]

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The time is now to reclaim our rights…

January 15, 2017

The time is NOW to end New Hampshire’s ban on the carrying of loaded rifles or shotguns in vehicles and boats. Rep. Mark Proulx, (R-Hillsborough – 44) has introduced HB 84 which will have a public hearing before the New Hampshire House Fish and Game and Marine Resources Committee on Tuesday, January 17, at 1:30 […]

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Constitutional Carry Legislative Update…

January 15, 2017

The calendar has turned to 2017 and the New Hampshire General Court is back in session.  NHFC is working very hard to pass Constitutional Carry this year.  I want to give you a quick legislative update so you know what the Board Members are doing and what you can do to help. Yesterday, I attended […]

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