House votes to allow creation of gun-free school zones
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New Hampshire’s House on Wednesday voted to allow school districts to create gun-free zones over opponents’ arguments that such areas would be a target for potential shooters and subject parents and others who carry guns for protection to further scrutiny.
The bill survived two attempts to postpone it. The Democrat-controlled House passed it, 194-154.
Supporters said the zones ensure a safe learning environment by codifying the federal Gun Free Schools Act in New Hampshire.