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Will YOUR New Hampshire Library Invite Drag Queens to Talk to Kids?

The push to give drag queens direct access to our children in what should be a safe setting has come to New Hampshire. You can be proactive and take action before it happens in your town! Drag Queen Story Hours are not about “tolerance,” but are instead a clear attempt to normalize disturbing social and lifestyle concepts for young and impressionable children. In the past …

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Legislative Update April 8th

Week of April 8th – April 12th A Note on Transgender Bills: Much of Cornerstone’s time has been spent fighting the transgender agenda this session. Pandora’s box was opened last year when HB 1319 (“bathroom bill’) and HB 587 (counseling ban) were signed into law and the Governor created the Governor’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion. Those pushing the transgender agenda are pushing …

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When adherence to Biology becomes “Discrimination”: HB383

When respecting biology and human integrity becomes “discrimination,” we’re all at risk. Beware House Bill 383, which would require the school board to “ensure that there shall be no unlawful discrimination” in any school that “receives public funds.”  

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In California, a Therapy Ban Bill Stalls

While New Hampshire has passed a gag rule on licensed therapists, pro-family activists in California are celebrating the withdrawal of a similar bill. The sponsor of California’s therapy ban bill withdrew it from consideration on August 31, saying there was “more to learn” after his conversations with faith leaders. The news from California follows the failure of therapy ban bills in Massachusetts and Maine. …

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Governor Sununu Signs Bathroom Bill and Therapy Ban

The following statement may be attributed to Shannon McGinley, Cornerstone Action Executive Director. Today, a Republican governor goes down in history as the man who signed the Bathroom Bill, endangering women and girls all across the state and giving unfair advantages to men posing as women in various competitive environments. Sadly, Gov. Chris Sununu’s decision to sign the Bathroom Bill, HB 1319, and the …

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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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Senate Passes Gender Identity Bill

Following the 14-10 passage of HB 1319 by the New Hampshire Senate on May 2, 2018, Cornerstone released the following statement from Shannon McGinley, Cornerstone Action Executive Director (cornerstone@nhcornerstone.org, 603-228-4794). The Senate’s decision to pass HB 1319 undermines privacy rights and equitable treatment for all Granite Staters. The bill will impact businesses, camps, dorms, schools, sports, scholarships, bathrooms, and locker rooms. Unfortunately, the politicians …

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Paving the Way: Judges, Children, and Gender

Could the state take a child away from a parent who does not want the child to receive cross-sex hormones and amputation of healthy body parts? An Ohio court has told us the answer: yes. When transgender identity is treated as a non-elective medical procedure, that’s where the child welfare and legal systems inevitably lead. From CNN.com, February 16, 2018, “Judge gives grandparents custody …

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Gender Identity Bill Passes In N.H. House

On March 7, the New Hampshire House passed HB 1319 on a 195-129 roll call vote. The bill passed in spite of messages to legislators by voters concerned about the “gender identity” bill’s effects on individuals’ privacy and liberty. In the same session, the House killed an effort to prevent gender-reassignment procedures for minors (HB 1532) and killed a measure to prevent taxpayer funding for gender …

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