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New Hampshire: Permit less carry pushed

Friday, October 21, 2011

New Hampshire residents would no longer have to obtain licenses to carry concealed weapons under a bill a key House committee voted for Thursday. By a vote of 12-5, the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee recommended passage of House Bill 536, which allows anyone but convicted felons and the mentally ill to carry pistols openly or concealed, loaded or unloaded, without a permit.

Read Original at: The Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.)

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