The public hearing for SB 272, the parental bill of rights, was originally scheduled for Thursday, March 30. The hearing has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 18, at 10:00 AM in the Reps Hall.
We continue to encourage you to remotely sign in now in support of the bill. Additionally, we urge you to contact your representatives and ask them to support SB 272, so that parents may have the fundamental right to direct the upbringing of their children without destructive authoritarian state interference.
Last week, the New Hampshire House voted against HB 10, a bill that outlined the rights of parents regarding their children’s education and upbringing within the public school system. However, HB 10, in its original form, did not include any language to prevent the school-facilitated, secret gender transitioning of NH children. In an attempt to correct that critical area, a floor amendment was proposed which included language to restrict the covert gender transitioning of children by school staff and employees; unfortunetly, this amendment failed.
However, the fight is not over for parents in the Granite State. SB 272, the Senate version of the parental bill of rights, has advanced through the Senate and into the House. SB 272 includes vital language to prevent the covert, social gender transitioning of children by public school systems.