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Call on Governor Sununu to Veto Gender Identity Bill, HB 1319!

Governor Chris Sununu has said he will sign HB 1319, the gender identity bill now that it has passed the New Hampshire Senate.  Call Governor Sununu’s office at 603-271-2121 and tell him to VETO HB 1319. Chris Sununu will go down in history as a gender ideologue if he signs this unnecessary and dangerous bill. All New Hampshire residents are already protected under anti-discrimination law. …

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N.H. House Early Action Could Advance Educational Choice Measure

When the New Hampshire House convenes in the first week of January in 2018, SB 193 will be on the agenda, establishing education savings accounts for the benefit of New Hampshire children meeting eligibility requirements. This educational choice measure survived a 10-9 vote in the House Education Committee, with the bipartisan majority recommending that the bill ought to pass with amendment (OTP/A). Cornerstone is urging …

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Demographic Winter and Taxes

Wendy Warcholik, Executive Director of Cornerstone, had the honor of speaking at the Tea Party Rally in Manchester on Sunday.  It was a beautiful day, the crowd was enthusiastic, and the line-up of speakers was incredible. Wendy’s talk was titled “Demographic Winter and Taxes” from which the following is excerpted: The sad reality is that New Hampshire’s families are under a state of siege. …

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Wanted in New Hampshire: More Babies . . .

Following on the recent post on New Hampshire’s slide into Demographic Winter, one critical piece of information that we need is whether or not the decline in folks under the age of 18 is a one-time blip or something more permanent? As shown in the chart below, between 1991 and 2011 the number of births in New Hampshire has plummeted by 25 percent to 12,795 in …

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