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At Cornerstone, our heart is to educate and speak out on critical issues impacting the lives of families in the Granite State. Here’s the latest Cornerstone commentary. We hope you’ll take a few minutes and read what we have to say.

Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Week of February 5, 2024

Stop State Sanctioned Suicide in NH Act now: sign in in opposition to HB 1283.  Once again, legislators are introducing an assisted suicide bill. HB 1283, relative to end of life options, would implement state sanctioned suicide for those facing an illness which a physician has predicted would be terminal within 6 months. HB 1283

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Op-Ed

HB 396: Has biological sex ceased to exist?

Has biological sex ceased to exist? To listen to our own New Hampshire Department of Justice and outside advocacy groups, you would think so. But that is not our state law. HB 396 brings much-needed sanity into the discussion by reinforcing the state’s ability to differentiate based on biological

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Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Week of January 29, 2024

House Session This Week; Call Your Representatives Act now: contact your representatives and ask them to oppose reconsideration (re-vote) for HB 396 and oppose CACR 23. The NH House of Representatives will next meet on Thursday, February 1. Two important bills will go before the full House that day: HB 396, relative to state

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Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Week of January 22, 2024

Defend New Hampshire Against Assisted Suicide Act now: sign in in opposition to HB 1283.  Once again, legislators are introducing an assisted suicide bill in Concord. HB 1283, relative to end of life options, would legalize physician-assisted suicide for those facing an illness which a physician has determined would be

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Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Week of January 15, 2024

Urgent Action Needed to Protect Women and Girls Act Now: Contact your representatives to vote “YES” on HB 396 Last week, the New Hampshire House passed HB 396, relative to state recognition of biological sex, by a vote of 192-184. HB 396 is a critical, straightforward bill that preserves the state’s ability to

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Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Week of January 6, 2024

New Attack on Life Act now to: sign in in opposition to CACR 23.  New Hampshire abortion extremists have introduced one of the most grievous attacks on life, CACR 23: relating to the right to abortion.  As a constitutional amendment that, practically speaking, would enshrine the right to abortion up to the moment of birth,

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Commentary

The Fullness of Time: Christmas 2023 Granite State Edition

“But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons.” Galatians 4.4-5, ES This Christmas, amid the turmoil in the world, we may

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Latest News

Our Insights into the Exeter High School Student Case

Our case, Sheena Simpson v New Hampshire School Administrative Unit 16, et al, filed on November 4th of 2021 was heard by a judge in Rockingham Superior Court on November 29th and 30th of this year. Whether you’ve heard of the “Exeter High School Student” suit or not over

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Latest News

In Division, Gratitude Unites Us

What Do 160-Year-Old Presidential and Gubernatorial Thanksgiving Proclamations Tell Us Today? A reflection by Cornerstone’s Church Amabassador Network Director, Neil Hubacker With so much division, polarization, and strife at home and abroad, it can be hard to find reasons for gratitude. U.S. senators are on the verge of fisticuffs;

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Endorsements

Cornerstone Endorses Jay Ruais for Manchester Mayor

In just a few short days, on Tuesday, November 7th, Manchester will hold its mayoral election. While we do not typically endorse in municipal elections, the office of Mayor of Manchester is unique in its position and influence within New Hampshire. Not only will the next mayor be responsible

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Commentary

New Hampshire Needs Safer “Safe Havens” for Unwanted Babies

New Hampshire’s “Safe Haven Law,” sometimes called the “baby drop-off law,” is a critical protection that has saved the lives of unwanted newborns. Yet the law faces grave threats, endangering the infants who rely on “safe havens” to protect them from starvation, exposure, or violent death. Our legislators should

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