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Shawn Jasper's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: State House (NH) - Hillsborough 37, Republican Speaker

New Hampshire Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 29, 2015 SB 116 Repeals License Requirement for Concealed Handguns Bill Passed - House
(212 - 150)
Did Not Vote
March 27, 2013 HB 135 Repeals "Use of Deadly Force" Provision in Self-Defense Law Bill Passed - House
(189 - 184)
March 27, 2013 HB 451 Repeals License Requirement to Carry a Firearm "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(226 - 144)
Jan. 5, 2012 HB 194 Authorizes Loaded Rifles and Shotguns in Vehicles Bill Passed - House
(204 - 110)
Jan. 5, 2012 HB 536 Repeals License Requirement to Carry a Firearm Bill Passed - House
(193 - 122)
Jan. 4, 2012 HB 334 Authorizes Weapons on Public Property Bill Passed - House
(180 - 144)
Sept. 14, 2011 SB 88 Civil Immunity from Acts of Self Defense Veto Override Passed - House
(251 - 111)
March 15, 2011 HB 330 Carrying Firearms Without a License Bill Passed - House
(244 - 109)
March 24, 2010 HB 1693 Prohibiting Legislative Facilities Committee From Adopting Additional Weapons Regulations "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(191 - 167)
April 26, 2006 SB 318 Use of Deadly Force Bill Passed - House
(193 - 134)

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