Another Round of Abortion Provider Contracts Coming to Exec Council

The New Hampshire Executive Council will take up ten family planning contracts on Wednesday, November 8, three of them with known abortion providers. The Council meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Council chambers on the second floor of the State House in Concord. The contracts themselves are for non-abortion services. ┬áThe Equality Center… Read More Another Round of Abortion Provider Contracts Coming to Exec Council

Students for Life Leader Coming to Dartmouth November 7

Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, will bring her “Lies Feminists Tell Tour” to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire on November 7, at 7 p.m. in the Rockefeller building. The public is invited, and the presentation will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Does the topic title leave you feeling triggered?… Read More Students for Life Leader Coming to Dartmouth November 7

“We Love Them Out”: 5 Good Minutes With Meagan and Laura of And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None was founded by Abby Johnson in 2012, and in five years, hundreds of abortion-facility workers have come through ATTWN’s assistance program. All have left the abortion industry, with help from the only organization dedicated to offering spiritual and material support for such a decision. How? “We love them out.” That’s… Read More “We Love Them Out”: 5 Good Minutes With Meagan and Laura of And Then There Were None

“…It Takes You” to launch 40 Days for Life

Gatherings in Manchester and Greenland set the stage for New Hampshire’s 40 Days for Life campaign, set to begin September 27. Worldwide, campaigns will soon be underway in more than 300 cities. Jen Robidoux, vice-president of New Hampshire Right to Life and a former 40DFL campaign leader, told the Manchester crowd, “It doesn’t take a… Read More “…It Takes You” to launch 40 Days for Life

Bill Proposals Filed for 2018 in Concord

It’s filing season for legislative service requests (LSRs) at the State House, the first step in drafting bills for next year. More than 270 have been filed so far, with more to come. A few of note: Rep. Keith Murphy (R-Bedford) has filed an LSR relative to abortions after viability, and Rep. Kathy Souza (R-Manchester)… Read More Bill Proposals Filed for 2018 in Concord