Sign our Petition

By this petition we want to let our Legislators know that we support the establishment of New Hampshire laws that will protect our Right to Bear Arms as stated in the New Hampshire State Constitution in Article 2, Section 2-a “All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves, their families, their property and the state.”  This petition endorses NH SB 154 and the SECOND AMENDMENT PRESERVATION ACT.

These Bills will define the limit of the Federal Government and the responsibilities of the New Hampshire Courts and Law Enforcement personnel as it relates to their duties to protect and uphold the rights enumerated under Article 2, Section 2-a (The Bearing of Arms) of the New Hampshire State Constitution – Bill of Rights. These bills will:

A.    Describe certain actions as infringing on the right to purchase, own and/or use firearms in the State of New Hampshire;

B.    Invalidate, not recognize, and reject actions by the Federal Government that infringe on the rights of New Hampshire Citizens to purchase, own, and or use firearms;

C.    Establish liability for those who would violate those rights; provide for judicial protections, permissions and relief as required for our New Hampshire Law Enforcement; and

D. Create a civil cause of action for NH Citizens whose rights have been violated.

Tell our New Hampshire officials not to enforce unconstitutional gun control legislation from the Federal Government.  

S.B 154 is exactly what we need:

“AN ACT prohibiting the state of NH from enforcing a Presidential Executive Order that restricts or regulates the right of the people to keep and bear arms”

Here’s what you can do:

  1. Read the full text of Senate Bill 154 here.

2. Sign our petition here to help put pressure on other legislators to support this bill.

3. Tell your friends about this petition! It is critical that if this bill hits the Governor’s desk that there is no question that it has widespread support.

You can also show your support for this and any other bills you support using the remote testimony tool: http://gencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/remotetestimony/default.aspx