An interesting state law decision today from the New Hampshire Supreme Court in Bach v. N.H. Department of Safety. New Hampshire is one of about 40 states that let any law-abiding adult carry a concealed weapon; but, like more than 30 of those states, it requires people to get a concealed carry license, which is generally available to law-abiding adults, whether or not they live in New Hampshire. Scott Bach is a New Jersey resident, but from 2004 to 2013 he had a New Hampshire nonresident concealed carry license. He let it lapse in 2013, but then tried to get it again.
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