Legislative Update 02/28/22: Ask Committee Members to Defend the Rights of Biological Women!

HB 1180, relative to the state recognition of biological sex

WHEN: This past Tuesday, February 22 the House Health and Human Services Committee held a public hearing on HB 1180. HB 1180 would ensure that public entities are allowed to differentiate between biological men and women in athletic competitions, criminal incarceration, and places of intimate privacy, such as bathrooms and locker rooms.

For more information on the importance of the bill, see this recent op-ed by our Executive Director, Shannon McGinley.

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Contact the House Health and Human Services Committee and ask them to vote Ought to Pass on HB 1180.

Watch this powerful testimony in support of HB 1180 from Karoline Leavitt—who in addition to being well know in New Hampshire politics is also a former competitive athlete.

Keep Fighting for the Fetal Life Protection Act!
Just over a week ago, the Full NH House earned the tragic distinction of becoming the only Republican-led legislative body in America since Roe v. Wade to vote in favor of authorizing unlimited abortion up to birth, voting to pass a bill which completely guts our Fetal Life Protection Act.

The next day, the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of of yet another piece of extreme pro-abortion legislation. Like the bill that passed the day before, the Judiciary-created bill—an amended version of HB 1673—strips out the law’s enforcement provision and adds open-ended exceptions to the law, making abortionists the final word on when abortions can occur. 

Please contact your representatives and ask them to do everything in their power to protect the Fetal Life Protection Act.

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