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New Hampshire Self Defense Rights in Jeopardy!

Friday, February 1, 2008

We need your help to defeat this legislation!

House Bill 1354, sponsored by State Representative Eleanor Glynn Kjellman (D-Merrimack 5), is scheduled to be heard on Tuesday, February 5, at 10:30 am in the State House Room 100 before the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee.  If HB 1354 passes, law-abiding citizens will be prohibited from carrying firearms and/or other weapons as defined in RSA 625:11 V in the State House or Legislative Office Buildings.  This is just one more way of diluting your Right-to-Carry.   

Please make plans to attend this important hearing to help protect the right to self-defense for all the law-abiding citizens of New Hampshire.Date:  Tuesday, February 5
Time:  10:30 a.m.
Where: State House Room 100

As in the past, Gun Owner of New Hampshire Inc. will be providing a complimentary shuttle bus from the Everett Arena (Quonset hut) at 15 Loudon Road, Concord, NH. (Take Exit 14 off 93 opposite side of highway from Rt. 93) Donations for the parking and shuttle bus are gratefully accepted.

If you are unable to attend, please contact members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee today and urge them to oppose HB 1354.

House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee:

Representative William Knowles-Chairman
(603) 742-5681
wvknowles2@verizon.net

Representative Laura Pantelakos-Vice Chairman
(603) 436-2148
lcpantelakos@verizon.net

Representative Stanley Stevens (Carroll-District 4)
(603) 569-2410
fourstar3@verizon.net

Representative Roger Berube (Strafford-District 2)
(603) 692-5653
rogerrberube@hotmail.com

Representative Timothy Robertson (Cheshire-District 3)
(603) 352-7006
timr@webryders.net

Representative Lori Movsesian (Hillsborough-District 22)
(603) 889-1669
movsesian28@yahoo.com

Representative Lee Hammond (Grafton-District 11)
(603) 448-3867
lee.hammond@leg.state.nh.us

Representative Delmar Burridge (Cheshire-District 3)
(603) 352-5363
dburridge@ne.rr.com

Representative Jeffrey Fontas (Hillsborough-District 24)
(603) 888-0638
jeffrey.fontas@leg.state.nh.us

Representative Armand Forest (Hillsborough-District 17)
(603) 669-0646
armand.forest@leg.state.nh.us

Representative Otto Grote (Rockingham-District 18)
(603) 379-2007
otto.grote@leg.state.nh.us

Representative Shawn Mickelonis (Strafford-District 1)
(603) 335-1238

Representative Ellen Nielsen (Sullivan-District 4)
(603) 542-1590
nielsens@sover.net

Representative David Welch (Rockingham-District 8)
(603) 642-4402
repdawelch@hotmail.com

Representative Bob Fesh (Rockingham-District 5)
(603) 434-1550
rmfesh@comcast.net

Representative John Tholl (Coos-District 2)
(603) 837-2278
jetjr2@msn.com

Representative Everett Weare (Rockingham-District 14)
(603) 474-9454
aweare@aol.com

Representative George Winchell (Rockingham-District 6)
(603) 362-4249
gdwinchell@yahoo.com

Representative Gene Charron (Rockingham-District 7)
(603) 887-2172

Representative Jordan Ulery (Hillsborough-District 27)
(603) 882-8979
jordan.ulery@leg.state.nh.us

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