Chris Eger
February 13, 2014

In a defeat for pro-gun control advocates, the New Hampshire House voted down a bill 242-118 that would have expanded background checks on gun purchases.

The measure, HB 1589, would have required virtually all private gun transfers in the state to be subject to a FFL-facilitated background check before the firearm exchanged hands.

Buyers and sellers who fail to run the transaction through an FFL or licensed dealer capable of running a background check would face misdemeanor charges.

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