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Once again, New Hampshire guv. Chris Sununu has vetoed a proposed red flag bill. I'm not sure at this time if the socialists have enough votes to over ride him.
 

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Hopefully there are not enough votes to do so.
 

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So far, a win for gun owners.
a "win", as you so put it, is just a reprieve, it will be back very soon, that is if the veto is overridden . a true win would be that no gun laws are even passed or considered
 

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a "win", as you so put it, is just a reprieve, it will be back very soon, that is if the veto is overridden . a true win would be that no gun laws are even passed or considered

Like I said in my post, "So far, a win for gun owners." ;)
 

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Hopefully they don't have enough to veto I spend as much time in New Hampshire as I do Vermont and it at least appears guv. Chris Sununu at least has his head on somewhat straight, as a politician I almost like him
 

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Hopefully they don't have enough to veto I spend as much time in New Hampshire as I do Vermont and it at least appears guv. Chris Sununu at least has his head on somewhat straight, as a politician I almost like him
Lost,

I like Chris as well as his dad, John; both held the job of governor of NH. NH recently became another Constitutional Carry state. When I resided in NH, both were my neighbors.

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Rights are on a folium...
been Balancing,
constitutionally ^ chaos**********? < a few of these * fulfilling leftists plans?
 

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Just in; an attempted override of the Guv's veto of the aforementioned red flag legislation did not survive Wednesday's vote.
Safe for another year.
 
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