And, the vote was overwhelmingly against it:
The sponsor of a bill that would expand background checks for gun purchases said Wednesday she hopes to keep the legislation alive this session, after her bill was killed on the floor of the House yesterday by a vote of 242-118.
“We’re not giving up,” said Rep. Elaine Andrews-Ahearn, D-Hampton Falls.
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