Senate Committee refuses to back HB 370; full Senate will vote soon

A NH Senate committee yesterday said no to the repeal of New Hampshire’s tax credit for businesses that donate to a scholarship program for the benefit of K-12 students. The school choice measure was enacted January 1 by action of the previous legislature, and its repeal via HB 370 was a priority for the new… Read More Senate Committee refuses to back HB 370; full Senate will vote soon

Must-read column by David Freddoso: “A Tale of Two Massacres”

Please read and share this¬†column by David Freddoso. When you’re done, review this news story from Florida about a Planned Parenthood employee saying that infanticide – specifically, killing a child who survives a abortion – should be a matter between a woman and her doctor. (Planned Parenthood has since issued a “clarification,” saying that “appropriate… Read More Must-read column by David Freddoso: “A Tale of Two Massacres”

PPNNE is having “conversations” about no-protest zones outside NH facilities

Update: New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan signed a statewide buffer-zone bill into law on June 10, 2014. Jennifer Frizzell, senior policy advisor for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, acknowledged in a radio interview this morning that PPNNE is looking into what she calls a “patient safety zone” or “buffer” outside PPNNE’s New Hampshire facilities.… Read More PPNNE is having “conversations” about no-protest zones outside NH facilities

Foster, NH AG nominee, opposed parental notification law

Gov. Maggie Hassan has nominated Democratic former state senator Joseph Foster to be New Hampshire’s next attorney general. Foster was in the New Hampshire House from 1995 to 1998 and in the New Hampshire Senate from 2002 to 2008. While in the Senate in 2003, he voted against the parental notification law¬†that was defended at… Read More Foster, NH AG nominee, opposed parental notification law

Examining the link between abortion & mental health

Two informal surveys about abortion are now online (see links below), posted by a researcher who actually wants to learn something. New Hampshire public health officials do not require reporting of abortion’s aftereffects on a woman. So far, the objections of abortion providers have been enough to dissuade the legislature from demanding this information about… Read More Examining the link between abortion & mental health