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New Hampshire: Right to Carry Reform Legislation Scheduled in Committee Next Week

Thursday, March 19, 2015

New Hampshire: Right to Carry Reform Legislation Scheduled in Committee Next Week

Please contact members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee today in support of SB 116

Next Tuesday, March 24, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will hold a committee hearing on Senate Bill 116 (Bradley-3) at 10:00 a.m. in LOB 206-208.  As previously reported, this NRA-backed Right to Carry reform bill would expand your Second Amendment rights in the Granite State by:

  • Repealing the existing law requiring a person to have a concealed firearm license in order to carry concealed (permitless carry).
  • Increasing the length of time a license to carry is valid.
  • Directing the State Police to enter into reciprocity agreements with other states to recognize their licenses.
  • Leaving the current carry permitting system intact for those who wish to participate in reciprocal concealed carry permit agreements when traveling to other states.

In New Hampshire, existing state law recognizes the right of any citizen who can legally own/possess a firearm to carry it openly, either loaded or unloaded, anywhere in the state.  Since law-abiding citizens can carry a firearm openly without a permit, they should not become criminals just because they put on a jacket or place their firearm in their purse or briefcase.  Law-abiding citizens do not suddenly turn into violent criminals just because they choose to conceal their firearm. 

Please use the information provided below to contact members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee today and urge them to vote in support of Senate Bill 116. 

House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee:

Representative John Tholl (R-Coos 5), Chairman
Phone: (603)837-2278
Email: jetjr2@msn.com

Representative David Welch (R-Rockingham 13), Vice Chairman
Phone: (603)642-4402
Email: v-chcj@outlook.com        

Representative Robert Fesh (R-Rockingham 6)
Phone: (603)434-1550
Email: rmfesh@comcast.net      

Representative Shawn Sweeney (R-Hillsborough 23)
Phone: (603)265-0319
Email: shawn.sweeney@leg.state.nh.us              

Representative Robert Fisher (R-Belknap 9)
Phone: (802)727-0441
Email: robert.fisher@leg.state.nh.us     

Representative Laura Pantelakos (D-Rockingham 25)
Phone: (603)436-2148
Email: lcpantelakos@comcast.net           

Representative Robert Cushing (D-Rockingham 21)
Phone: (603)926-2737
Email: renny.cushing@leg.state.nh.us   

Representative Latha Mangipudi (D-Hillsborough 35)
Phone: (603)891-1239
Email: Latha.Mangipudi@leg.state.nh.us             

Representative Dick Marston (R-Hillsborough 19)
Phone: (603)666-7334
Email: dick.marston.nhstaterep@gmail.com       

Representative Arthur Barnes (R-Rockingham 8)
Phone: (603)893-4754
Email: arthur.barnes@leg.state.nh.us   

Representative John Martin (R-Merrimack 23)
Phone: (603)774-3098
Email: john.martin@leg.state.nh.us       

Representative Roger Berube (D-Strafford 18)
Phone: (603)692-5653
Email: rogerrberube@hotmail.com         

Representative Geoffrey Hirsch (D-Merrimack 6)
Phone: (603)938-2833
Email: Geoffrey.Hirsch@leg.state.nh.us               

Representative Len DiSesa (D-Strafford 16)
Phone: (603)343-4344
Email: Len.DiSesa@leg.state.nh.us         

Representative John Burt (R-Hillsborough 39)
Phone: (603)624-5084
Email: john.burt@leg.state.nh.us            

Representative Ed Comeau (R-Carroll 5)
Phone: (603)522-2275
Email: ed@edcomeau.org           

Representative Harold Parker (R-Carroll 6)
Phone: (603)491-6807
Email: hbpcd6@gmail.com          

Representative Timothy Robertson (D-Cheshire 6)
Phone: (603)352-7006
Email: timothyrbrtsn2@gmail.com          

Representative Andrew O’Hearne (D-Sullivan 3)
Phone: (603)558-1038
Email: Andrew.OHearne@leg.state.nh.us        

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