New Jersey – -(Ammoland.com)- In a 2013 lawsuit brought by Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) and its Executive Director Scott Bach, the New Hampshire Supreme Court today unanimously invalidated an administrative regulation preventing non-residents from qualifying for a New Hampshire carry license unless they have a carry permit from their home state.
The regulation unfairly discriminated against residents of states like New Jersey, which make it difficult or impossible to obtain a home state permit.
In its unanimous decision, the court opined,
“By requiring nonresidents to submit proof of their resident state licenses, the administrative rules effectively import into New Hampshire law requirements different from those set forth in RSA 159:6- namely, those requirements that residents of other states must satisfy in order to obtain a concealed-carry license in their home states.”
“It is indeed ironic that on the same day the New Jersey legislature is holding hearings to restrict right to carry as much as possible, our neighbors up north have recognized more rights for New Jerseyans than their …Read the Rest