Therapy Ban

Follow-up on Thursday’s Numbers

by Ellen Kolb May 11, 2018

Brief epilogue to my last post: What’s the concur/nonconcur/Committee of Conference vote on the therapy ban bill, HB 587? HB 587 is on its way to Governor Sununu’s desk. It could strip professional licensing from any counselor whose words to a gender-questioning child are deemed insufficiently supportive of gender reassignment. That’s the absurd vagueness of […]

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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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Senate Hearing for Gender Identity Bill, HB 1319: Monday, April 16, 1:30 p.m.

by Op-Ed April 16, 2018

By Cornerstone via Email Update Important Reminders! Gender Identity Bill Hearing Tomorrow, Monday, April 16 Tell Your Senator to Vote No on Therapy Ban Bill Senate Hearing for Gender Identity Bill, HB 1319: Monday, April 16, 1:30 p.m. Supporters of “gender identity” policy are deeply committed to passing HB 1319, a flawed and dangerous bill. […]

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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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