You may have seen this post from TheFederalist.com already, since it has (quite rightly) been shared far and wide since it went up on December 14. Read and ponder If George Stephanopoulos’s Daughter Wants An Abortion, Can I Have Her Baby? You may think that an odd title. Joy Pullman, author of the post, explains it.… Read More Weekend Reading: when a 14-year-old fears losing abortion access
Donald Trump is president-elect. All of New Hampshire’s Members of Congress and U.S. Senators next term will be pro-abortion women. In a contest between two men who have voted repeatedly to send public money to abortion providers, the New Hampshire governor’s race went to the candidate with one fewer PP contract nod to his credit.… Read More The next hundred days
The Hyde Amendment, a restriction on taxpayer funding of Medicaid abortions, turns 40 later this week. If you haven’t already discovered the #HelloHyde web site, please check it out. On the home page, you’ll meet some of the Medicaid kids who may owe their lives to the amendment. Something else you’ll see on the site… Read More Hyde Amendment turns 40; will it get to 41?
As the saying goes, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Case in point: this recent tweet from New Hampshire governor and U.S. Senate candidate Maggie Hassan. Thanking NH Foster & Adoptive Parents for building on NH’s tradition of inclusiveness at NHFAPA Family Fun Day pic.twitter.com/2f07MtG4aZ — Sen. Maggie Hassan (@SenatorHassan) August 13,… Read More Adoption & the Governor
For part 1, see Notes and Photos from Council meeting. We know now that every New Hampshire Executive Councilor knew when the June 29 meeting began how he intended to vote on the family planning contracts with two abortion providers. The prepared statement by Councilor Chris Sununu that was posted to social media immediately after… Read More Notes from Exec Council meeting, part 2: meet the Commissioner
Here are a few observations from the June 29th meeting at which Executive Councilors sent public funds to two abortion providers, including one that spent over a million bucks on public policy in 2014 while warning that thousands of people were at risk of losing health care if a $500k+ contract were to be denied.… Read More Roundup: notes and photos from Executive Council meeting, part 1