2023 Legislative Session
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This week, the New Hampshire House and Senate voted to pass HB 315, a bill that will put the safety of women throughout the state at risk. Unfortunately, the final wording of the bill contains deeply problematic language that will provide protection to predatory males who
This week, the New Hampshire House voted against SB 272, the critical Parental Bill of Rights. The Senate version of the bill included vital language that ensured parents would be kept informed about their children and would have helped prevent the covert, social gender transitioning
Today, we give thanks that House Bill 224 was killed by a Senate vote of 14-10, along party lines, allowing New Hampshire’s Fetal Life Protection Act to remain in place. This was a battle that New Hampshire’s pro-life community never should have needed to
Your Support is Urgently Needed to Help Protect Pre-Born Life HB 224 — Sign in now in opposition. Contact your senator to vote NO. Read our full analysis of what happened in the House last week and why. Last week, in a tragic blow to life in New Hampshire, the House
New Hampshire House Votes to Allow All Abortion Up to Birth HB 224 — Contact your senator to vote NO. Read our full analysis of what happened in the House on Thursday and why. Yesterday, in a tragic blow to life in New Hampshire, the House of Representatives voted
Ask Your Representatives to Stand Up for Pre-Born Life HB 224 is a bill that would repeal all criminal and civil legal penalties against health care providers for violating the Fetal Life Protection Act. If this bill were to pass, it would strip the law of