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HELP CORNERSTONE REACH OUR END OF THE YEAR GOAL!

ONE DAY LEFT TO MAKE YOUR DONATION COUNT FOR 2019! Before we ring in a new decade and celebrate our 20-year anniversary as your state’s family policy council, we wanted to take a moment to recap the most important accomplishments you’ve made possible this year. Cornerstone is honored to partner with you to defend our shared family values in New Hampshire.  We’ve accomplished much this year, and …

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The Emperor Has No Clothes

Pictured Above, recent article from the Union Leader online, about the article referenced in Shannon’s LTE. Shannon McGinley, Executive Director of Cornerstone Action, wrote a letter to the editor of the Manchester Union Leader which was published today, inspired by a recent article with photo and an op-ed in that paper. We encourage you to read it. We’ve also included the full text here. …

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Thankful for the Support of the Governor and Executive Council for NH Children

Yesterday, the Governor and Executive Council members took the next step to preserve needed funding for Bethany Christian Services. IN THE SPIRIT OF THANKSGIVING, PLEASE THANK THEM AND VOICE YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES!! The Governor and two Executive Council members took action today to ensure a vote on December 18 for a contract extension with Bethany Christian Services. …

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In Support of Bethany Christian Services

ACT NOW to protect foster children in NH!  For the past 14 years, Bethany Christian Services has supported foster and adoptive families in New Hampshire through the Community and Faith Based Initiative Grant. Non-discrimination language was added to the amendment they submitted to the grant in November 2018 to confirm that BCS  followed the law and did not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, but 3 of the 5 executive …

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Update: Anti-trafficking Bill Makes Progress

The House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee, meeting on October 30, voted “ought to pass” on HB 201 as introduced. The vote was 16-4. HB 201 was introduced last January, retained in committee, and will get a vote in the full House in January 2020. HB 201 would increase penalties for anyone who pays to engage in sexual contact with a minor who is …

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October is Respect Life Month

October is Respect Life Month! Cornerstone has always recognized the God-given right to life of each human being, from conception to natural death. As a result, we promote public policy that respects the dignity and worth of each pregnant woman and her unborn child. Because we respect the dignity of human life, we oppose abortion, euthanasia, assisted suicide, human cloning, and embryonic stem cell …

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Cornerstone Statement on NH Budget Compromise – September 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Cornerstone’s statement on passage of New Hampshire budget, passed by House and Senate on Wednesday, September 25th 2019.  The new compromise budget contains good news and bad news for those defending the right to life and conscience rights. Cornerstone applauds the decision to block direct funding while at the same time, denounces the increase in funding to abortion providers masked as …

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What is Your School’s New Bathroom Policy?

Attention Parents of School-Aged Children,  We wanted to share with you one example of the real life consequences of SB 263, which our New Hampshire Legislature passed this session, Governor Sununu signed into law on July 18, 2019 and is effective 60 days after passage.  This letter was sent to parents of children at Gilford Elementary. (Highlights added by Cornerstone)  SB 263 becoming law means that now schools are …

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