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Announcement: 15th Anniversary Cornerstone Dinner Speaker!

April 22, 2015

Senator Rick Santorum to Keynote Cornerstone’s May 12th Dinner! As we have mentioned, our dinner is coming up on May 12th. What has not been announced is who will be speaking at the return of Cornerstone’s annual dinner! Well, the wait is over! We are pleased to announce that Senator Rick Santorum (PA) will be our keynote […]

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Cornerstone Files Right-to-Know Request to NH DOE

March 20, 2015

On behalf of Cornerstone Policy Research, Education Liaison Ann Marie Banfield recently sent a request to the New Hampshire Department of Education under the state’s right-to-know law, seeking information about New Hampshire participation in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Cornerstone has been contacted by many parents with concerns about the educational standards to be […]

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Sarah Koski hired as political director

February 9, 2015

Sarah Koski has joined Cornerstone Policy Research and Cornerstone Action as Political Director, in charge of legislative advocacy. She previously served as field director for the Unlocking Potential Project. “I’m delighted to have the opportunity to serve New Hampshire families through Cornerstone’s family first platform and legislative priorities,” she says. “I look forward to encouraging […]

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First In the Nation Voters, Seize Your Opportunity

February 27, 2015

by Bryan McCormack, Executive Director Having grown up in the Granite State, I have had the pleasure of enjoying all the marvels of our great state. From our rugged mountains all the way to our frozen lakes, there is so much beauty in the New Hampshire brand. However, there is one more beauty that I […]

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NH Supreme Court: Business as Usual for PP (For Now)

October 28, 2014

Who has legal standing to fight in court for women’s health? More precisely, who has standing to challenge an entity that dispenses chemical-abortion drugs in violation of federal Food and Drug Administration protocols? Not New Hampshire taxpayers, and not a New Hampshire pro-life group representing thousands of members. That was the decision of the New […]

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Beyond “Smarter Balance”: Protecting Student Privacy

September 14, 2014

The new Common Core Standards (CCSS) have generated controversy around the country.  In a recent Huffington Post article, “How the Common Core Lost Teacher Support”, Peter Green explains why support among teachers is plummeting.   Green highlights the numerous reasons why teachers are seeing significant problems associated with this latest education reform fad. Within this latest […]

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