Down for the Count: Life-Issue Bills in N.H. House

The twice-delayed vote on a bill to prevent abortion of viable pre-born children finally came on March 21. HB 1680 was tabled in the New Hampshire House on a 170-163 vote. A committee’s recommendation of “ought to pass” on HB 1680 was never debated. The roll call for the tabling motion¬†is thus what we have… Read More Down for the Count: Life-Issue Bills in N.H. House

Subcommittee Named to Review Abortion Statistics Bill

Five representatives from the New Hampshire House Health and Human Services committee have been named to a subcommittee studying HB 471, the abortion statistics bill that was retained in committee earlier this year. New Hampshire is one of only three states that do not collect public health information regarding abortion. HHS committee chairman Rep. Frank… Read More Subcommittee Named to Review Abortion Statistics Bill

Fetal Homicide and Women’s Rights: Remember These Women

if fetal homicide legislation is going to be cast as a women’s rights issue, the women who lost children and grandchildren belong front and center.¬†Make sure your state reps know about these women, before the June 1 vote on SB 66. No excuses. I’m not going to link to the mendacious social media posts that… Read More Fetal Homicide and Women’s Rights: Remember These Women

Update: Those “Common Sense” Initiatives Sununu Supported

Six months ago, just before the last statewide election in New Hampshire, a concerned pro-life Republican elicited a letter from Chris Sununu listing some pro-life initiatives Sununu would back if he were elected governor. Number of those initiatives that Governor Sununu has had a chance to sign: zero. Fetal Homicide Bill: House and Senate versions… Read More Update: Those “Common Sense” Initiatives Sununu Supported