CONCORD — The State Senate approved along strict, party-line votes three gun control measures Thursday closing a background check loophole, imposing a three-day waiting period to buy a gun and permitting local school boards to ban guns on their property.
CONCORD — The House and Senate are both in session on Thursday, voting on some of the most important legislation of the year.
In the past year I have sat through hours of testimony in support of common-sense gun violence prevention bills in the New Hampshire House and Senate. This is not a new experience for me as I have testified on similar bills in the past, although supporters of the NRA and their Republican allies overshadowed the appetite for change in those years.
Relative to extreme risk protection orders.
This bill allows a school district, school administrative unit, or chartered public school to adopt and enforce a policy regulating firearms, firearms components, ammunition, firearms supplies, or knives within its jurisdiction.