2021 Legislative Session

Legislative Update March 22

What We’re All Up Against in 2021In short, the voices of citizens fighting for faith, family, and freedom are being drowned out by those committed to overturning the very foundation of our governance and way of life. With the legislative landscape looking very different this year and the majority of the people’s business being handled virtually, we’ve witnessed large organized efforts to overwhelm committee meeting sign-ins and …

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Legislative Update March 15

 Week of March 15, 2021 Next House Session Scheduled: Next House Session scheduled for April, 7, 8 and 9 at the Bedford Sports Complex. The crossover deadline is April 9th. House Judiciary Committee Votes in Favor of Civil Liberties! Update on Recent Legislative Action Bills we have been following that are now on to the next steps. Your voice still needed and still matters!  …

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Legislative Update March 8

Week of March 8, 2021 This Week: Gender Bill to be Heard by Education Committee HB 136, requiring schools to update documents and software to include the option of identifying a student as non-binary WHEN: A hearing on HB 136 is scheduled for Tuesday, March 9, 9:00 A.M before the House Education Committee. CORNERSTONE POSITION: Cornerstone OPPOSES HB 136. WHY: HB 136 denies the reality of biological sex, instead …

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Legislative Update March 1st

Week of March 1, 2021 This Week: Important Hearings on Gender, Education, and Religious Liberty Bills SB 130-FN, relative to education freedom accounts WHEN: The hearing will take place before the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday, March 2, at 9:00 A.M. CORNERSTONE POSITION: Cornerstone SUPPORTS SB 130-FN. WHY: SB 130-FN is the Senate equivalent of HB 20, establishing the Richard “Dick” Hinch Education Freedom Account program. HB 20 …

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Legislative Update Feb 22

This week the NH House of Representatives will meet on Wednesday, February 24, and Thursday, February 25 to vote on a number of bills. Among these bills are several extremely important pro-life bills. Please call your representatives and ask them to vote YES on HB 625 and HB 430.

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Republican-Led NH House Judiciary Committee Votes to Keep Abortion Legal Up to Birth

At yesterday’s executive session of the NH House Judiciary Committee, the Republican-majority committee voted to completely reject a slate of moderate pro-life legislation. These setbacks come despite New Hampshire voters having elected Republican majorities in both the House and Senate.  The Committee voted 11-10 against HB 625, which would prohibit abortion at or after 24 weeks of gestation, with exceptions for the life and …

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Legislative Update February 15

Week of February 15, 2021 This Week: Your Voice is Needed Now to Protect the Unborn! HB 625-FN Needs Your Support Today! Last week the House Judiciary Committee heard three pro-life bills, the most important being HB 625-FN, relative to the protection of unborn life. Currently, New Hampshire allows abortions during all 40 weeks of pregnancy. HB 625-FN, if passed, would protect the lives of unborn …

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Legislative Update Feb 8th

Week of February 8, 2021 This Week: Three Important Hearings on Life Bills! Your support can help protect the preborn in NH! In the first days of the coming week, three crucial life bills are coming before the House Judiciary Committee. Opposition to these bills is organized and fierce. Last week, at a hearing for the HB 20, the Education Freedom Bill, which is …

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Important Update on Manchester Board of School Committee

The Board of Manchester School District SAU #37 met January 25th and pushed through a sweeping gender ideology policy, which—among other things—integrates biologically male athletes into women’s intramural and interscholastic sports. Although the policy was passed on January 25, a reconsideration vote is scheduled for Monday, February 8.

Legislative Update January 11th 2021

Hearings To Be Scheduled Soon on More Than 800 Bills in House and Senate New Hampshire House and Senate committees will meet next week via Zoom conferences to take up their lengthy agenda for 2021. Hearings on hundreds of bills will be scheduled over the next few weeks. While the hearings will be held remotely, the committees will still be taking testimony from the public. Cornerstone …

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