Here is the message to deliver and who to call:
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This is a call to make sure that we have good pro-2a people elected. The best way for that to happen is to have people who care about our rights, file to run.
State Senate and State Rep filing period closes on 6/10
The list of those who have filed is here...
Plan on 1 day a week and a few 2 days and 1 or 2 three day weeks. For those that work full time, those weeks with extra days comes out of vacation, but it can be done. The one day can be typically offset by working 4 (10's) the balance of the week
It is possible to work a full time job and concurrently be a state rep. I know several (more than 5) who are doing that now. These are not financially independent people. In at least 4 cases, they are also the primary [only?] income for the household.
It is all about priorities.
NHFC was just made aware of a last minute amendment that will tie our state firearms definitions to federal law. While this is going on locally, the ATF is busy making changes in rules on firearms and there were already issues with the federal definition.
Why in the heck would we do this...
I just heard that HB307 with the bad amendment is going to be on the floor this week, contact your reps and ask them to support the committee of conference request to fix the bill, otherwise we will need to get this vetoed.
More flaws in HB307... This is one section where we should not allow local authority
159:29 Exceptions. This subdivision shall not:
IV. Limit the authority of the legislative body of any city or town pursuant to RSA 644:13.
What is RSA 644:13? That is the prohibition on...
NHFC just sent out an alert on this:
This week in the House there are two bills that House committees recommended correctly:
HB 1310, prohibiting the discharge of a firearm in the direction of a building, livestock, or pets. INEXPEDIENT TO LEGISLATE. (A bill that was unnecessary and negatively...