The New Hampshire House voted 184-146 to advance Senate Bill 500, housekeeping legislation meant to clean up the language in firearms statutes in the GraniteState. Unlike the State Senate where approval was unanimous SB500 did not garner overwhelming bipartisan support in the NH House. In fact, it received very little support from House Democrats with …
Susan Olsen has an update on SB500 which finally cleared a committee hurdle in the New Hampshire House and could get a floor vote next week. Follow this program on TuneIn
Susan Olsen has an update on SB500 which finally cleared a committee hurdle in the New Hampshire House and could get a floor vote next week. For more ways to listen visit the original blog post, here.
Susan Olsen shares her experience with a NH House committee and a simple piece of legislation and how having a citizen legislature, while necessary to a free and prosperous people, can (sometimes) be a serious pain in the ass. Visit the blog page of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Susan Olsen returns to provide an update from yesterday’s hearing in the New Hampshire House for SB500. Legislation to amend firearms terminology in state Statute. (We even toss in a fashion alert on that “retired” resource officer from Parkland, Florida.) Check out the blog post of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Former State Sen. Bob Clegg speaking at the Women’s Defense League 2A rally explains what the goals are for a new piece of gun legislation, and what you need to do if you want to protect your hard-won 2A victories. For more ways to listen visit the original blog post, here.
Susan Olsen returns with an update on SB500, a Bill to clean up firearms language in state statute and there’s a gun rally this week. Tune in for the details. Visit the blog-post page for more ways to listen.
Susan Olsen joins me this week to discuss Kevin Avard’s Bill, SB 500: an Act amending references to firearms terminology. We talk about the proposed changes, testimony, support and opposition to the legislation.
Correct me if I am wrong, like you wouldn’t anyway, but were we not told repeatedly that the best thing about SB500 was that it would allow the former inmates to work their way back into society under a more supervised regiment than if required to serve out their entire sentence.