Update on New Hampshire Knife Rights Bill from Doug Ritter of Knife Rights
Rep. Jenn Coffey's New Hampshire Knife Rights Bill has been passed by a UNANIMOUS voice vote in the NH Senate. Knife Rights has worked hard to support Rep. Coffey and her KnifeRights Bill and we are very pleased to have succeeded in enhancing the rights of knife owners in New Hampshire who will now be free to purchase, sell, carry and use switchblades, dirks, daggers and stilettos.
It will take a week or so for the paperwork to be completed and for the bill to be sent to Governor John Lynch who then has five days to sign, veto or simply let it become law automatically. With the unanimous vote in the Senate and support from the NH Chief's of Police Association, we do not expect the Governor to oppose this bill.
Check out KnifeRights.org for up to the minute happenings on their efforts to protect our rights to own and carry our knives.