Bill takes aim at NH ‘Stand Your Ground’ law
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Supporters of House Bill 208 call it a technical correction to New Hampshire’s “Stand Your Ground” law, while opponents say the bill significantly expands authorization for the use of deadly force.

A public hearing before the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee on Wednesday served as a platform to debate the question of just how far the state should go in allowing people to defend themselves and those around them.

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