Freedom of (some) information: SCOTUS rejects hearing on NHRTL case

The Supreme Court of the United States giveth, and the Supreme Court taketh away, and sometimes the Supreme Court says “go away.” An important New Hampshire case got the go-away treatment on November 16, as the Court declined to hear New Hampshire Right to Life v. Department of Health and Human Services.  As my constitutional… Read More Freedom of (some) information: SCOTUS rejects hearing on NHRTL case

NH rallies for an end to taxpayer funding of PP

It was called the #WomenBetrayed rally – one of more than fifty rallies held nationwide on July 28, calling for a halt to tax money for Planned Parenthood. In Concord, New Hampshire, the theme was given point by an urgent consideration: the state’s Executive Council is expected to take up a Planned Parenthood contract soon.… Read More NH rallies for an end to taxpayer funding of PP

Jane Cormier new president of NHRTL

New Hampshire Right to Life announced this afternoon that Jane Cormier has been elected president of the organization. She succeeds Kurt Wuelper, who was recently elected to the state legislature. Cormier is no stranger to Leaven for the Loaf readers. She served as state representative from Alton, winning her seat in 2012. Legislation she sponsored… Read More Jane Cormier new president of NHRTL

State Senate district 16: Jane Cormier

(First in a series of profiles of New Hampshire 2014 state senate candidates.) Jane Cormier’s neighbors elected her to the state legislature in 2012. She earned the Republican nomination for the seat the hard way, defeating an incumbent. She did it as a political newcomer, in a year when many GOP candidates were clobbered. Not… Read More State Senate district 16: Jane Cormier