Gun control legislation passes New Hampshire Senate
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Three bills aimed at preventing gun violence have cleared the state Senate.
The Senate on Thursday passed bills imposing a waiting period between the purchase and delivery of a firearm, requiring background checks for commercial gun sales, and enabling school boards to declare gun-free zones on school property. While all three bills previously passed the House, the Senate made changes to each and sent them back to the House.