HB 587

I guess Scala or Galdieri haven’t heard the latest, have they?

by Skip June 10, 2018

Social conservatives will grumble, but they don’t appear to have the juice to make the popular governor pay the price for this,” Scala added. “There just aren’t enough voters, even in a statewide Republican primary, who will vote on these issues. That was true when it came to repealing gay marriage, and it’s true today.” […]

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Cornerstone: Keep the Messages Going to Gov. Sununu VETO HB 1319 and HB 587

by Op-Ed May 16, 2018

Status report: the gender identity bill (HB 1319) and therapy ban bill (HB 587) will be on the Governor’s desk soon, but first they have to go through a process called “enrollment.” This is a bureaucratic process that could take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. You have more time to reach […]

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Watching for Thursday’s House Numbers

by Ellen Kolb May 9, 2018
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I’m an indie voter with some passionately Republican friends who held forth this morning about the need to back the GOP in November, etc. etc. etc. I just let them talk. Good people, strong convictions, lots of enthusiasm. But you wanna sell some voters on the GOP? Let’s see a few numbers after this week’s […]

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Cornerstone Legislative Update

by Op-Ed February 17, 2018

By Steve’s In-Box Tell your Senator NO on Assisted Suicide Senate Bill 490’s title says it’s about studying end of life choices. The testimony of the chief sponsor, Sen. Martha Hennessey, said something else: the bill is a step toward bringing an assisted suicide law to New Hampshire. Read Cornerstone’s full statement about SB 490. The Senate will be voting […]

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NH House Committee Rejects Conversion Therapy Ban Legisaltion

by Steve MacDonald October 29, 2017

The Union Leader is reporting that the New Hampshire House Committee on Health, Human Services, and Elderly Affairs has rejected legislation to ban conversion therapy on a party-line vote. Both bills contain exemptions for counseling for people “undergoing gender transition” and for “counseling that provides acceptance, support, and understanding.”  The ban would only apply one-way.

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