Bill to Strengthen New Hampshire’s Preemption Statute is Passed in the Senate

On January 5, 2022, the Senate voted in favor of House Bill 307 , which would bolster New Hampshire’s preemption statute. The bill passed by a vote of 14-10 and is now being sent over to the State House for a concurrence vote. Should this bill pass the House, it will go straight to Governor Chris Sununu’s desk. Sununu is expected to sign this bill into law.

HB 307 is a bill a that addresses a growing trend taking place in New Hampshire of several local governments attempting to pass anti-gun ordinances in violation of the state’s firearms preemption law.

Under HB 307, New Hampshire residents are allowed to file a lawsuit against counties, cities, towns, or government entities that pass anti-gun policies after a notice is given.

HB 307’s aim of giving teeth to New Hampshire’s preemption law safeguards New Hampshire gun owners and makes sure that lawful citizens are not subject to a confusing patchwork of firearm laws statewide.

New Hampshire is unique among Northeastern states for its pro-Second Amendment organization. According to Guns & Ammo magazine’s respective rankings on best states for gun owners and concealed carry, New Hampshire is ranked in 17th and 5th place.


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