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New Hampshire: Senate passes Right-to-Carry bill

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Senate Bill 336 would remove the requirement that the applicant be deemed "suitable" to carry a concealed pistol or revolver and would insert a requirement that the applicant not be prohibited from possession of a firearm by state or federal statute in RSA 159:6, according to Senate documents. The bill would also extend a concealed carry license from four years to five years.

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