Cornerstone Blog

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.

Op-Ed

If Republicans Destroy the Budget, Sununu Will Look to the Democrats

On Thursday, New Hampshire legislators will vote on a state budget that contains many victories for conservatives on both cultural and civil liberties issues. Those victories include some modest, but real, emergency powers reforms.

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Legislative Update

Ask Your Reps to Support the State Budget!

We are in the final days of this legislative session with two important measures nearing the finish line. Whether they are successful or not depends on your support. Please contact your representatives on Sections 37-40 of HB 2 and HB 542 today and urge others to do the same.

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Commentary

The Fetal Life Protection Act –Written Testimony

Note: This testimony was originally submitted to the Senate urging them to vote in favor of HB 625, the Fetal Life Protection Act. HB 625 …

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Latest News

New Hampshire Needs Our Prayers Now

We are in the final hours of negotiations on the state budget (HB 2). As you know, Cornerstone supports passage of the budget which contains landmark late-term abortion restriction language (Sections 37-40) as well as putting Hyde Amendment language in effect at the state level (Section 36). You can read more here.

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Op-Ed

We Must Pass the Budget

Cornerstone calls on the State House and Governor to pass the budget. Like many other conservative groups, we did not get everything we wanted this …

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Legislative Update

Legislative Update: Speak up for Life and Liberty!

We are in the final days of this legislative session with two important measures nearing the finish line. Whether they are successful or not depends on your support. Please take a few minutes to contact your representative and the Governor on Sections 37-40 of HB 2 and HB 542 and urge others to do the same.

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