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New Hampshire House Passes Constitutional Carry


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#1 LarryD23

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Posted February 09 2017 - 04:55 PM

http://granitegrok.c...al-carry-200-97

 

From NH House Rep. John Burt c/o Facebook.

New Hampshire House just passed Constitutional Carry by a vote of 200 to 97. Now to the Governors desk where he said he will sign Constitutional Carry. God Bless New Hampshire.


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#2 imrich

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Posted February 09 2017 - 06:03 PM

How much you wanna bet violent crime stays the same or goes down and not up! I'd love to see one statistic showing more gun control makes anyone, anywhere safer. It doesn't  



#3 iGreg

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Posted February 09 2017 - 08:38 PM

NH has an essentially volunteer state House of Representatives. They get paid $100/year.  This is something we should try in NY, it would get rid of all the mobster type lawyers that populate Albany.

 

I would like to see a larger Assembly with about 400-500 members. Pay them several hundred bucks per year plus mileage. You would get a lot of regular people willing to spend some time serving the public (and fewer creeps and parasites) and the districts would be smaller making them more accountable. 

 

The State Senate should be made up of one Senator from each county (and one from each burroughs of NYC). I would pay them a bit more, maybe $1000/year, but make their terms four years instead of two. I also think state Senators should be elected by the county legislative bodies. Because of the stupid and unconstitutional one man one vote decisions by liberal Supreme Courts we have rediculouse State Senates that are nothing more than glorified lower houses.  This system would allow a local person more access to an Assemblyman, and  each Senator would be accountable to their county government. Such a Senate will NOT keep heaping unfunded mandates on county governments.This is a much more republican design, in keeping with the US Constitution. We are supposed to be a republic not a democracy.

 

Republics that are well run respect rules,law, and the rights of the individual. Democracy always leads to tyranny.

 

http://new hampshire...te house salary

 

https://en.wikipedia...Representatives

 

https://en.wikipedia...ampshire_Senate


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#4 Ancap

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Posted February 09 2017 - 09:51 PM

NH has an essentially volunteer state House of Representatives. They get paid $100/year. This is something we should try in NY, it would get rid of all the mobster type lawyers that populate Albany.

I would like to see a larger Assembly with about 400-500 members. Pay them several hundred bucks per year plus mileage. You would get a lot of regular people willing to spend some time serving the public (and fewer creeps and parasites) and the districts would be smaller making them more accountable.

The State Senate should be made up of one Senator from each county (and one from each burroughs of NYC). I would pay them a bit more, maybe $1000/year, but make their terms four years instead of two. I also think state Senators should be elected by the county legislative bodies. Because of the stupid and unconstitutional one man one vote decisions by liberal Supreme Courts we have rediculouse State Senates that are nothing more than glorified lower houses. This system would allow a local person more access to an Assemblyman, and each Senator would be accountable to their county government. Such a Senate will NOT keep heaping unfunded mandates on county governments.This is a much more republican design, in keeping with the US Constitution. We are supposed to be a republic not a democracy.

Republics that are well run respect rules,law, and the rights of the individual. Democracy always leads to tyranny.

http://new hampshire state house salary

https://en.wikipedia...Representatives

https://en.wikipedia...ampshire_Senate


It's a start, but needs more then that

New Hampshire has a huge Liberty movement that is almost non existent in NY

#5 Phoenix69

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Posted February 09 2017 - 10:27 PM

New York gets more blue every minute.

#6 Parashooter

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Posted February 10 2017 - 11:39 AM

How much you wanna bet violent crime stays the same or goes down and not up! I'd love to see one statistic showing more gun control makes anyone, anywhere safer. It doesn't  

 

Yep... Proven over and over.



#7 Mr. Shotgun

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Posted February 10 2017 - 07:48 PM

Should I still apply for a NH non-resident CCW?



#8 SigSauer228

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Posted February 10 2017 - 09:30 PM

The pendulum is starting to swing the other way !






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