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Indiana does allow the SALE of fireworks, but we are not supposed to set them off in the state - we're required to sign a statement that we'll take them out of state. I'm sure everyone does that. . We've rarely bought any - but I think DH did once or twice.
Michigan does allow the sale of fireworks and I wish they didn't. If people were responsible and used them around July 4, I wouldn't mind it. However, we have to hear them for weeks after and the pets don't like it.
Kentucky does allow the sale of fireworks. We haven't bought in over ten years. Luke's family used to get together on the 4th and each family chipped in some fireworks. But as grandkids grew up, we haven't managed to get together so no need to buy fireworks.
Yes, they are legal in NH, and there is a big store dedicated to fireworks in the next town over.
John has bought some in the past - and set them off using safe techniques (he used to be the fire chief in our town, inspecting the big displays used by the grand hotels.)
We haven't done this in quite some time - my girls are all grown, and if we want to see fireworks, we go to the shows at the hotels.