New Hampshire House passes school gun safety bill
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The New Hampshire House passed a bill Thursday to limit carrying guns on school property over the objection of opponents who argued doing so would lead to a mass shooting.
The bill, approved by a vote of 213-159, would restrict carrying firearms on school property to law enforcement, members of the military and those authorized by the local school board. Parents and others who legally have guns can still have them in their cars when they are dropping off or picking up their children.