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NH House Republican Leadership Are Ushering in Unlimited Abortion

On April 13, the NH House Judiciary Committee will hear Senate Bill 399. Although this bill was introduced to repeal the Fetal Life Protection Act—New Hampshire’s only protection for the late-term pre-born—it was then amended by the NH Senate into a form that Cornerstone supports. However, as most pro-life …

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Victory! Gov. Sununu Signs Civil Liberties Defense Act into Law 

Yesterday, Governor Sununu signed HB 440, Rep. Jim Kofalt’s Civil Liberties Defense Act or CLDA, into law. New Hampshire now has a fundamental emergency powers reform in place that will assure our constitutional rights remain secure in declared states of emergency.  We applaud Governor Sununu for recognizing the need …

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HB 1673—A Bill to Destroy the Six-Month Abortion Ban—Heroically Defeated and Amended in the House

HB 1673 was the fourth bill to come up for a vote this session which would have repealed or completely destroyed New Hampshire’s first protections for the preborn in decades. In an impressive series of actions last week, the House fended off the bill aimed at the heart of …

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HB 1625—Restoring Free Speech Outside Abortion Clinics—Bravely Passed by the House

For years, New Hampshire’s “buffer zone” law has allowed private abortion clinics to ban sidewalk counseling and protesting on the public sidewalks outside their facilities. This law is a naked violation of the First Amendment. However, as abortion clinics have never actually enforced the law, it cannot be challenged …

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Full Analysis: Two Victories and a Narrow Defeat in NH House Session

The New Hampshire House met this week and oversaw two victories and one narrow defeat on Cornerstone-priority bills. This week’s developments should be emboldening—but also a reminder of the urgent work that remains to be done. We give thanks to God for these hard-fought victories—and pray urgently for His …

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