2020 Legislative Session

Just Released: Cornerstone’s 2020 Scorecard

Cornerstone Action is proud to present our 2020 scorecard featuring votes cast by members of the New Hampshire House and Senate during the 2019-2020 session. You will find here a measure of how each of these elected officials voted on issues affecting New Hampshire families. We invest many hours of research to unearth and organize the detailed legislator voting information we use for our assessment of representatives …

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Ask Governor Sununu to VETO HB 685, the Abortion Insurance Mandate

ACTION ITEM: CALL GOVERNOR SUNUNU’S OFFICE AT (603) 271-2121 AND ASK HIM TO VETO HB 685 If you have already called or emailed the Governor about this bill, please contact him again with your brief and friendly reminder.  WHY? Governor Chris Sununu is the only person standing between you and House Bill 685, an abortion insurance mandate. Abortion supporters want to mandate that some health insurance policies …

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Legislative Update June 29 & 30

Last Scheduled Session for New Hampshire Senate on June 29,House on June 30  Trouble spots: omnibus billsand abortion insurance mandate The Senate will convene at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, June 29 in Representatives’ Hall at the State House in Concord. The session will be live-streamed at the following link: The House will convene at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 30 at the Whittemore Center at the …

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Legislative Update June 15

Note: The 347-page Senate calendar was released Saturday morning, June 13th, making it nearly impossible for us to give you an in-depth analysis. The length is largely due to cumbersome “omnibus” bills that roll multiple bills into a single entity for discussion and voting. An example is the proposed omnibus amendment to HB 1234, a bill pertaining to heating buildings in Concord. The amendment would add …

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Legislative Update June 10

Week of June 8-12, 2020 After a 12-week hiatus due to COVID-19, the House is meeting on June 11 to resume this year’s legislative session and the Senate resumes committee hearings.   Senate Hearing June 11 on Bill Amended to Require Some Health Insurance Policies Offering Maternity Benefits to Cover Abortions In March, The New Hampshire Senate passed SB 486-FN, to mandate abortion coverage in …

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Why It’s Time to Support SB 480

Cornerstone has strongly supported the passage of SB 480, a bill that would save women’s sports for biological women. Despite the mounting evidence that biological males who compete as women have an unfair advantage, the Senate Workforce and Education Committee voted 4-1 “inexpedient to legislate.” There has been an important development since that time.  On May 15th, the U.S. Department of Education Office for …

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Legislative Update March 16th

Week of March 16-20, 2020 General Court News Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, out of an abundance of caution the General Court has suspended all legislative activities for at least one week, March 16-20. The State House will be closed to legislative members, legislative staff, and visitors but remain open for governmental operations until further notice Note from Cornerstone: With this news, the Senate …

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House Session Report: March 11 and 12

As we reported in our March 9th Legislative Update, there are multiple bills we are monitoring being voted on by the NH House of Representatives at their March 11 and 12 session. Here are the results of the votes:

Legislative Update March 9

 Week of March 9-13, 2020 Key Updates and Calls to Action The House will take up multiple bills we’re following this week. Your voice is needed! Multiple key bills being taken up by the House with committee recommendations we hope to overturn. See list and details in this update. CACR-14 (Abortion in the NH Constitution) tabled by House! Senate to vote on abortion insurance …

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