VIDEO: NH Senate Rejects Bipartisan Gun Bill

Bipartisan Gun Bill is shut down in New Hampshire

By Colin Booth

May 13, 2024

In the wake of the Concord Hospital shooting in late 2023, a group of bipartisan lawmakers came together to close a narrow loophole to prevent another shooting by individuals who had been involuntarily institutionalized. Republicans on a State Senate committee this week recommended against moving forward with the legislation. We spoke to State Rep David Meuse, one of the architects of that bill to get reactions and a sense for what’s next.

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@granitepost In the wake of the Concord Hospital shooting in late 2023, a group of bipartisan lawmakers came together to close a narrow loophole to prevent another sh00ting by individuals who had been involuntarily institutionalized. Republicans on a State Senate committee this week recommended against moving forward with the legislation. We spoke to State Rep David Meuse, one of the architects of that bill to get reactions and a sense for what's next. Part 2 coming soon… #DavidMeuse #NHPolitics #NHSenate #NHHouse ♬ original sound – Granite Post

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  • Colin Booth

    Based in Epsom, Colin Booth is Granite Post's political correspondent. A Granite State native and veteran political professional with a deep background in journalism, he's worked on campaigns and programs in battleground states across the country, ranging from New Hampshire, Texas, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C.

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