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Old 05-13-2015, 10:45   #1
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Constitutional Carry Passes in New Hampshire, Governor Hassan Threatening T

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"New Hampshire Firearms Coalition
Milford, NH –-(Ammoland.com)- Good news! SB 116, “Constitutional Carry” has passed the Senate and House of Representatives and is moving to Governor Hassans’ desk! This is the bill we have been updating you about throughout the year. SB 116 is needed to correct abuses of our current licensing system.

However, there is some bad news as well. Governor Hassan is threatening to veto this important legislation. We need to persuade her to sign the bill into law instead.


Maggie Hassan
In fact my sources in Concord told me that she is claiming that she has heard from many people who are opposed to SB 116.

Governor Hassan claims to be “pro-gun” but she thinks New Hampshire residents don’t like SB 116. You and I know this is not true!"



Read more: http://www.ammoland.com/2015/05/cons...#ixzz3a2Oipzdm

Now is the time for Gov. Hassan to prove the states motto Live Free or Die! SJ 40
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:10   #2
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I wonder why citizens are so reluctant to test the waters of recall elections when their elected officials basically ignore the "We the People" aspects of their elected posts. People talk about the need to send messages to the politicians... well what more powerful a message can you send than to say "you're not doing what we elected you for, so now we want you out"
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Old 05-13-2015, 18:27   #3
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Many New England states have no provision for recall election.

New Hampshires neighbor to the west of them,has since 1791 honored the Second Amendment as the founders intended.Once known as Vermont style carry but more appropriately Constitutional Carry.

Blood doesn't run in Vermont lanes,dells and roads. N.H.'s motto doesn't support the hype,Live Free or Die when it comes to arms,2 nd. Amendment,Vermont's article 16.

Hew Hampshire should take their motto seriously,200 something years late but better late than never. Live Free or Die Hew Hampshire .SJ 40
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Old 05-14-2015, 06:17   #4
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In fact my sources in Concord told me that she is claiming that she has heard from many people who are opposed to SB 116.

Governor Hassan claims to be “pro-gun” but she thinks New Hampshire residents don’t like SB 116.
She may be right and telling the truth.

Think Washington State I-594.
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