Your Presence is Requested in Concord
WE NEED YOU...
We need you MONDAY January 11, 1:00 pm at the LOB 210-211 for two hearings!
DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A CLASS B Felon? No? Neither do we! No guns in any state or town building or “place”? That means state operated rest areas too!
Your rights have been taken by fiat in an obscure committee meeting without public input or hearing!! NOW those same anti-freedom ‘representatives’ want to limit you from public participation in government while criminalizing your right to self defense. We need to HOLD THE LINE!!
Less guns = more crime! Two proposed bills attempt to void your 2nd amendment rights and your ability to defend yourself and others even when traveling on our state roads!
See HB1635 and HB1654
These two anti-freedom bills create gun free zones in New Hampshire public buildings and The New Hampshire State House, the Peoples’ house! Only those who work for the government as a paid law enforcement (who are exempt) and criminals (who will ignore the law) will be carrying firearms or other self-defense tools in public buildings. Should these bills pass the rest of us will be disarmed or jailed as Class B felons.
As in the past, GO-NH will have a shuttle service to and from the hearing beginning at 12:00 pm ending around 4:00 PM at the Concord Ice Arena, at 15 Loudon Road, Concord, NH 03301 (Directions), directly across from the Concord Post Office on Loudon Road. GO-NH also will be paying for parking at the arena. (Donations accepted to offset cost Parking is $3.00 per car plus cost of shuttle) Please attend, please call your representative.
We need you there!
Please come and be heard!
More from NRA-ILA, including committee member contact info:
HB1654 will be heard at 1:00 p.m. by the House Legislative Administration Committee and HB1635 will be heard at 2:00 p.m. by the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee. Both hearings will be held in room LOB 210-211.
If you would like to attend these hearings and show your support for the Second Amendment, Gun Owners of New Hampshire (GO-NH) will provide shuttle service to and from the hearing beginning at 12:00 p.m. until around 4:00 p.m. Please arrive and park at the Concord Ice Arena located at
15 Loudon Roadin (directly across from the Concord Post Office on Concord Loudon Road). GO-NH will pay for parking at the arena but donations to offset the cost are welcome.
Please contact the members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and the House Legislative Administration Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to oppose these bills. Contact information for the committees can be found by clicking here and here.