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N.H. GOP majorities will revisit use of deadly force
« on: January 05, 2011, 11:33:31 AM »
N.H. GOP majorities will revisit use of deadly force

Four years ago, Gov. John Lynch blocked gun rights advocates` effort to expand a person`s right to use deadly force in self-defense without first attempting to retreat. The legislation will be back this coming year, and this time, Lynch may not be able to stop its passage.

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