2022 Legislative Session

To see what bills and hearings are coming up, and what actions you can take, click on the legislative update below for the current week. Your voice is critical in our efforts to promote foundational values. 

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Legislative Update 05/28/22

Governor Sununu Lied Last night Governor Sununu vetoed HB 1625, repealing the prohibition on entering or remaining on a public way or sidewalk adjacent to a reproductive health care facility. If signed, HB 1625 would have repealed New Hampshire’s unconstitutional “buffer zone” law, which allows abortion clinics to ban people from

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Legislative Update 05/23/22

HB 1625, repealing the prohibition on entering or remaining on a public way or sidewalk adjacent to a reproductive health care facility Earlier this month, the NH Senate passed HB 1625 by a narrow margin of 12-11. This decision followed a number of attempts by

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Legislative Update 05/16/22

Important Update on the Fetal Life Protection Act: This past legislative session saw numerous attempts to either gut or totally destroy the Fetal Life Protection Act. Two of these attempts came close to succeeding. Thankfully, due to the tireless efforts of pro-life lawmakers, as

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Legislative Update 05/09/22

Note: HB 1625, the critical repeal of the unconstitutional so-called “buffer zone” is the one bill we can positively impact this week. Please take a moment to read our summary below and contact Governor Sununu to urge him not to veto the bill and

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Legislative Update 05/02/22

SB 399, relative to certain provisions of the Fetal Life Protection Act requiring an ultrasound examination STATUS: Originally introduced as a bill intended to repeal the Fetal Life Protection Act, SB 399 was amended to simply clarify the law’s narrow ultrasound requirement and that version was

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Legislative Update 04/26/22

HB 1609, relative to certain provisions of the fetal life protection act requiring an ultrasound examination Last Thursday the Senate voted down an amendment proposed by Senator Regina Birdsell which would have created a “safe haven” in NH for babies diagnosed with fatal fetal anomalies

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