House committee pumps brakes on red flag gun bill
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New Hampshire lawmakers hit the brakes on a proposed “red flag law” Wednesday, after a committee voted to keep the bill another year and continue working on it.
In a unanimous move, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted to retain the bill, which would allow the removal of firearms for certain individuals posing a danger to themselves or others.
An earlier vote to approve the bill and send it to the House floor had secured only six “yes” votes to 14 “no” votes.