New Hampshire “Permitless” Carry Bill Faces Senate Vote This Week

posted on January 18, 2017

New Hampshire’s 24-member Senate meets Thursday for its first regular voting day of the session, and Senate Bill 21 (SB21)—which would allow lawful citizens to carry concealed firearms to protect themselves without prior permission—needs your support. 

This bill would extend to New Hampshire residents the same freedom Vermont has honored since its founding, and that 11 states currently recognize: your right, as a lawful, peaceable citizen, to both keep and bear arms in your own defense. The bill has passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, and now goes to the full Senate. Similar legislation was vetoed last year by then-Governor Maggie Hassan (D). 


Use Your Power!

New Hampshire residents, please contact your senator in Concord and urge them to vote YES on SB21. You can call or email them directly by clicking here.

 

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