On Tuesday, January 14, in Concord, there will be a hearing on HB 1251, a bill to prohibit schools from permitting a male student to participate in a student sport designated for females. Currently, because of bill SB 263, signed into law by Gov. Sununu in July 2019, any male student that identifies as a female can compete in female-designated school sports.
Because boys are naturally stronger, taller, faster, and have many other physical advantages, the girls are at a huge disadvantage. The instances of boys taking girls’ awards and scholarships are piling up.
The sponsors of HB1251 are working to right this wrong and we need you to come to testify on behalf of this bill on Tuesday, January 14 at 10 am in room 207 of the Legislative Office Building.
This will be your only chance to give public testimony before the full house votes on it. If you can be there earlier, we are going to be holding signs in favor of the bill and in favor of protecting women’s sports from 9 to 10 am in front of the Legislative Office Building, and in the hallway leading up to the committee room.
We also need you to contact members of the House Education Committee and politely ask them to recommend “ought to pass” on HB 1251. You can email the committee at HouseEducationCommittee@leg.state.nh.us
Get the scientific facts about the males competing against females at savewomenssports.com/science