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Work Still Needed on Constitutional Carry in New Hampshire

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 9:14
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USA -(Ammoland.com)- I am sure that by now you have heard that last Thursday, February 9, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted “ought to pass” on SB 12, Constitutional Carry by a super majority, 200-97.

The bill will now go to Governor Chris Sununu for consideration. Please contact Governor Chris Sununu and let him know that you support SB 12, Constitutional Carry.

This is very important, our enemies are attempting to flood his office with calls and emails and he must hear from firearms owners.Tell Governor Sununu that you will rely upon the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition to keep you informed of their actions on SB 12, Constitutional Carry.

There is still a few hours left to sign our Constitutional Carry Petition. All petitions which are signed by 11:59 PM, Monday, February 13 will be delivered to the Governor, in hard copy form.

In case you missed it, last week, NHFC Vice President, Alan Rice and Corporate Secretary, Rep. JR Hoell co-authored a column which appeared in the February 8 edition of the Union Leader.

You may recall that last week, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted both HB 201 “sell a gun to a friend, go to jail” and HB 350, the “voter gun ban”, “inexpedient to legislate” (ITL). However, my friends at the Statehouse told me that our enemies are gearing up for a floor fight on HB 350 “Voter Gun Ban” and maybe even HB 201 “sell a gun to a friend, go to jail”.

Your calls and emails made a huge difference and as Alan and I have been telling you all year; it is you, the Grassroots Gun Owners who are our strength. We will keep you informed and we will do everything we can when we are in Concord, but we count on your support. We still need calls and emails to ALL State Representatives to stop the “Voter Gun Ban” and “sell a gun to a friend, go to jail” bills.

Please click here for contact information for your State Representatives and urge them to vote HB 350 and HB 201 Inexpedient to Legislate (ITL). These bills have no redeeming qualities and cannot be amended. They must be defeated.

Lastly, NHFC is an almost all volunteer organization. Our only staff member receiving any form of payment is a part-time bookkeeper. All Board Members and Officers have volunteered our time to win back our civil rights.

Unlike another group which is pretending to operate in New Hampshire, NHFC uses all monies raised to defend your rights and all money raised stays in New Hampshire. We do this through an aggressive email, postal mail and online advertising program. 100 percent of your dues and donations stay in New Hampshire.

We try to be as frugal as we can and bulk email is far less expensive than postal mail, there are still costs associated with sending high volume email as well printing and delivering petitions and written testimony to the Statehouse.

We do not charge a few to receive our email updates because we feel that is important to involve as many firearms owners as possible. However, if you can help please click here or here to become a member.

Thanks for your support.

In Liberty,
Scott A. Krauss
President – NHFC

P.S. The New Hampshire Firearms Coalition is working tirelessly to keep gun owners like you up-to-date on as many gun issues as possible — please consider contributing to the effort by chipping in $15 or $20.

Click here to support NHFC by purchasing one of our custom rifles.

Was this email forwarded to you? Click here to go to our home page and sign up for legislative alerts.

Not an NHFC Member? Click here to join.

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