Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- Last week during its executive session, the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice Committee, in a surprise move, gutted House Bill 1264 (Hoell-R) and replaced it with a measure to establish a commission to study the “so-called” link between firearms and violence.
As originally introduced, HB 1264 was an initiative to allow Vermont residents to carry concealed in New Hampshire without a license requirement. Now, New Hampshire residents are left with a commission to study the obvious — firearms don’t commit crime — criminals do. This new version of the bill could be considered by the full House of Representatives as early as next week.
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