Check this out. I'm in Florida with many millions of more people than there are in New Hampshire. We only have 125 reps in the State House. Now look at the role call Constitutional Carry vote that was passed in the NH house?
NH has no sales tax, no income tax, no seatbelt laws, no mandatory car insurance, and soon to be awesome gun freedom.
This level of democracy is also present in Switzerland, the freest nation in a very un-free Europe and the only Western nation left that let's people easily own military weapons.
I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.
U.S. v. Minker, 350 US 179, at page 187
"Because of what appears to be a lawful command on the surface, many citizens, because
of their respect for what only appears to be a law, are cunningly coerced into waiving their
rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)
Sometimes it's two sheeps and a lamb voting on whether or not the lamb should be allowed to keep it's coat in the dead of winter.
I lived in NH for many years. The people took back the government this election. The only democrat is a popular, conservative governor who is pro-2A and anti-tax. Maybe of all states, NH is the benchmark for our republic once again belonging to the people. They not only gave the GOP control, they gave them absolute, veto proof control in both Houses. And only have Republicans in DC--all conservatives. For too long, the Massholes had control bringing their slave state ideas with them. The people got fed up and the results are obvious.
In New Hampshire, you can't make a living as a career state politician. I believe our state reps and senators have a salary of $100 per year for a 2 year term. They don't want to be stuck in Concord for a long period because it will interfere with their real job/employer. They must do what they need in 45 days or wait until the next session (year). These people do the job because they want to and, being business for the most part, don't want to do any more damage to our economy.