The 2018 New Hampshire March for Life will be on January 13 in Concord, with keynote speaker Jennifer Christie.
The National March for Life will be on January 19 in Washington, D.C.
Watch Leaven for the Loaf’s Facebook page for updates.
From New Hampshire Right to Life: Friday, October 6 (coming right up!) is the deadline for purchasing tickets to NHRTL’s annual banquet, being held on October 12. More information is on their web site.
I’ll miss the event since I have to be up early the next morning for a crack-of-dawn flight to D.C. to cover the Values Voter conference. I’ve enjoyed past NHRTL banquets. They feature good company, interesting conversation, and thought-provoking speakers. This year’s speaker is Janet Morana, executive director of Priests for Life and co-founder of Silent No More.
~~~Abby Johnson (Facebook, @abbyjohnsonprolife)
The Executive Council will meet at 10 a.m. on August 5. Item number 18 on their 100+ item agenda is a family planning contract that includes funds for three abortion providers, with the largest dollar amount going to Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood of New Hampshire Action Fund is planning a pre-meeting rally and is expected to have a large crowd of supporters at the meeting. Arrive early if you want to find parking and maybe even a seat.
The Executive Council chambers are on the second floor of the State House in Concord, 107 N. Main Street. The closest exit off of I-93 is #14 – BUT if you go online for directions or a map, be aware that there is construction on Main Street in front of the State House, and access to Main Street could be limited. Allow plenty of time.
Parking is often challenging near the State House. See the City of Concord’s parking information to locate parking garages. There is on-street parking with a two-hour limit; in the garages you can park longer. Bring a debit card for parking kiosks. Read the kiosk carefully to see if you’re at a location where you need to leave your receipt on your car’s dashboard.
Placards not mounted to sticks or posts are allowed in the State House. You will probably not be able to bring them into the Council chamber. Pro-life buttons, stickers and t-shirts are fine.
For more on the Councilors and the contract, see the most recent Leaven newsletter and recent posts on the blog.
Follow-up to WSMN-AM interview July 9, 2015 with Michelle Levell of School Choice for New Hampshire: learn more at the organization’s Facebook page. Also discussed on the show: Kirsten Power’s book The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech; review will follow on this blog shortly.