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Tax Payer Funded Abortion Added to New Hampshire State Budget

Your Representatives, Senators and Governor need to hear from you: NOT ONE DIME of your taxpayer dollars should go towards abortion!  Proposed New Hampshire State budget breaks new ground with NO RESTRICTIONS on the use of your tax dollars for abortion. In Concord, House and Senate conferees are trying to reconcile their differences over the state budget. There’s one thing they agree on: you need to pay …

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Legislative Update June 17

Week of June 17th – June 21st  Tell Governor Sununu it’s time to take out his veto pen! While these bills have not yet reached the Governor’s desk, the House and Senate have agreed on the language for each bill. The Governor is the last line of defense against ill-advised legislation. Urge him to veto the bills listed below! Another item of concern is the state budget. Read …

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Legislative Update June 10

Week of June 10th – June 14th  Tell Gov. Sununu: Keep Abortion Out of State Budget! New Hampshire taxpayers will be funding abortions directly if Governor Sununu accepts the state budget passed by the Senate. Call the Governor at 271-2121 and let him know you do not want your tax dollars used for abortion! From the New Hampshire Union Leader, 6/7/19, “Democrats moving Senate budget toward finish line”: …

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Legislative Update June 3

Week of June 3rd – June 7th  House session June 5th -6th! Contact your state representatives about these important bills coming up.  BILL: SB 41 Relative to Historical Racing CORNERSTONE POSITION: OPPOSED This is a calculated business endeavor premised on extracting profits from addicted gamblers. This is neither a healthy nor ethical way to collect revenue for the state. Read our position here. Minority Report: “The minority …

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A False Form of Mercy: Physician Assisted Suicide

HB 291, introduced this legislative session 2019, would establish a committee to study end-of-life care. Sponsors of the bill made clear when the bill was introduced that if passed, the study committee would consider assisted suicide as one type of “care.” Since HB 291 makes no effort to exclude physician assisted suicide as one type of “care”, Cornerstone opposes it. In the wake of …

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Legislative Update May 27

Week of May 27th – May 31st BILL: HB 669, Relative to Gender Identity Information on Drivers’ Licenses and Non-Driver IDs STATUS: The House concurred with the Senate amendment to HB 669, the bill to allow an “x” as a gender designation on drivers’ licenses and non-driver IDs. The bill will spend the next few days in a technical process called enrollment, and after that, it will go …

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Another “Drag Queen Story Hour” comes to NH Public Library.

Another New Hampshire Public Library is threatening our children’s innocence with an event called “Drag Queen Story Hour”.  Conway Public Library will host this story hour targeted to children and teens on Friday, June 28th. If this sounds familiar, you may remember Nashua Library stirring up controversy by hosting a similar event this January, where a man with the sexually suggestive stage name “Monique …

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The Unintended Consequences of Gender Identity as a Protected Class (HB 608)

Based on Cornerstone testimony provided to Senate Judiciary 5/21/19. HB 608 is yet another bill arising out of New Hampshire’s ill-advised addition of “gender identity” – a fluid, self-defined, subjective phenomenon – as a protected class under anti-discrimination law. Such law had previously protected all New Hampshire residents based on objective criteria such as race and age. Now, HB 608 seeks to expand anti-discrimination …

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Legislative Update May 20

Week of May 20th – May 24th Next House Session Thursday, May 23 at 10:00 a.m. BILL: SB 196 Relative to Non-Academic Surveys Administered by a Public School to its Students STATUS: The Committee vote was “Ought to pass with amendment” (the amendment did not affect the substance of the bill). CORNERSTONE POSITION:  OPPOSED. SB 196 would roll back a 2017 law protecting student privacy and parental rights. Instead of giving …

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