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Ben Beauchemin, owner of Wicked Weaponry Firearms in Hooksett, holds a NH made Sig Sauer P320 9mm handgun on Wednesday.

Guns in schools, and more: How the new 'concealed carry' law applies

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The new concealed-carry law upholds the right under New Hampshire law for adults to carry guns onto school property, but also leaves in place restrictions against letting students have the same access, advocates and opponents agree.


    Gov. Chris Sununu signs SB 12 into law, allowing concealed carry of firearms without a permit.
    Sununu signature scraps 'concealed carry' permits

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    Twice this week, bomb threats have been found in bathrooms at Oyster River High School in Durham.

    Oyster River High School locked down when bomb threat found

    Top row, from left: Michael Barbieri, 19, of Newton, Mass.; Sophia Benedetti, 20, of Danbury, Conn.; Malik Carter, 18, of Sandwich; Garrett Colantino, 22, of Reading, Mass.; and Cheyenne Collins, 19, of Taunton, Mass.
Middle row, from left: Elizabeth Connolly, 19, of Dorchester, Mass.; Michael DeAngelis, 20, of Trumbull, Conn.; Shaan DeJong, 19, of Hooksett; Jean Douglas, 19, of Canandaigua, N.Y.; and William Glynn, 19, of Norfolk, Mass.
Bottom row, from left: Kaitlin Goulart, 18, of Falmouth, Mass.; Nicole Grabe, 19, of Fairfield, Conn.; German Ortiz, 24, of Bedford; Kyla Robinson, 18, of Hooksett; and Tyler Young, 22, of Epping.

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