Top Posts 2017, Part 2: a Hard-Fought Victory

Part one is at this link. Here are the blog’s top five posts, measured by number of views. We’ll do it like a pageant…runners-up first, ending with the winner. #5: New Hampshire House Approves Fetal Homicide Bill Not to put any spoilers in here, but SB 66 – the fetal homicide bill – was the… Read More Top Posts 2017, Part 2: a Hard-Fought Victory

Top posts 2017, part 1: Marching for Life; Legislative Disappointment

Leaven for the Loaf’s most popular posts for 2017 are heavy on State House action, reflecting an eventful year. But wait – there’s more. Here’s a review of five of the ten most-viewed posts from 2017. Watch for the top five later this week. New Hampshire March for Life Gallery January’s March for Life in… Read More Top posts 2017, part 1: Marching for Life; Legislative Disappointment

Governor Signs Fetal Homicide Law as Families Look On

Sarah and Griffin’s Law has been signed. I was determined to see this happen, in person. I wouldn’t believe it otherwise. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed SB 66 on June 30, and now the fetal homicide measure will be known as Sarah and Griffin’s Law. It will go into effect January 1, 2018. At… Read More Governor Signs Fetal Homicide Law as Families Look On

House and Senate Approve SB 66 Amendment

Update to recent post: In the final legislative session of 2017, the New Hampshire House and Senate accepted an amendment to SB 66 to correct a drafting error.¬†The bill still has the 20-week provision that drew the ire this month of some pro-life activists. Barring yet another unexpected detour, the next stop for the fetal… Read More House and Senate Approve SB 66 Amendment

Dispute Over Fetal Homicide Bill

Five months after its introduction and first hearing, four months after its passage in the New Hampshire Senate, three months after its House hearing, and days after its House passage, language has been discovered in a fetal homicide bill that allegedly would permit assisted suicide and allow pregnant women to get away with murder. House… Read More Dispute Over Fetal Homicide Bill