New Hampshire Democrats compared to Nazis at House committee vote on firearms bill
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A House committee hearing on a firearms-related bill took a bitter turn Wednesday after activists in the crowd appeared with signs comparing New Hampshire Democrats to Nazis.
House Bill 687 would establish extreme risk protection orders, allowing family members of those deemed a risk to themselves or others to seek temporary confiscation of firearms ahead of court proceeding – sometimes known as a “red flag law”. Members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee took up the bill for a vote Wednesday morning, ultimately deadlocking on whether to recommend it to the full House, 10-10.