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In the Concord, N.H. Legislative Building Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011, State Representative Henry Parkhurst of Winchester, N.H., (replaying the scene) still remembers clearly the day in 2009 when a group of gun toting Free Staters attended a legislative session concerning the 2nd Ammendment. Angry about the outcome of the vote, one Free Stater, carrying a rifle, pointed his finger, like a gun, directly at Parkhurst's face. New Hampshire's legislature last week voted to allow lawmakers to carry firearms anywhere in the statehouse.(Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe)

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In the Concord, N.H. Legislative Building Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011, State Representative Henry Parkhurst of Winchester, N.H., (replaying the scene) still remembers clearly the day in 2009 when a group of gun toting Free Staters attended a legislative session concerning the 2nd Ammendment.  Angry about the outcome of the vote, one Free Stater, carrying a rifle, pointed his finger, like a gun, directly at Parkhurst's face.   New Hampshire's legislature last week voted to allow lawmakers to carry firearms anywhere in the statehouse.(Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe)