New Hampshire Senate Bill (SB154) is simple. It “prohibits any person acting under color of state law from taking any action, expending any funds, or exercising any power of the state of New Hampshire to enforce any Executive Order of the President of the United States issued after January 20, 2021, which has the purpose or effect of restricting or regulating the right of the people to keep and bear arms.”
I want a little more meat on these bones. Something along the lines of any Federal law passed after Jan 20, 2021, and then, while we’re at it, skip the date and go with “any,” please.
That’d be my preference, but I accept that sometimes you have to take smaller bites to get there from here, and this may be all those legislators, or our governor can stomach. Maybe we reach for more next session.
To that end, the State Senate hearing on HB154 is underway now. It started at 2 pm today, but you can still support the legislation by following these simple steps.
Select today’s date 3/16/2021; Select the Judiciary Committee, and then SB154.
Identify yourself in the next dropdown. Most of you will be a member of the public.
Select “I support” the bill and then continue.
On the next page, add your contact information, so they know if you live in New Hampshire or elsewhere and continue to complete the process.
You can choose to submit written testimony as well, but it is not required.
The Senate Roster is here if you’d like to write to your Senator directly before any floor vote.
Thanks to JR for the tip