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Let me amplify what Steve said for the Stupid Party that fails to listen to its own base

Scott Brown, Kelly Ayotte, Walt Haverstein; remember them? Sometimes, Steve buries the really good stuff at the bottom of his posts – let me haul a good nibblet from his latest post up from the deep (emphasis mine): So, after Gov. Sununu signs HB1319, which we hear he has promised the local actors for the …

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“a bridge too far”

By Jeff Chidester “Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said he will sign the recently passed bill” – The public accommodation provision (of HB1319) was a bridge too far for me and many others. Shame on those that could not support a commonsense measure that would have respected the right of privacy. This is not about equality, but …

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Too Bad Frank Edelblut Won’t Run For Governor This Year

In 2016 Mr. Sununu barely survived a primary win against Frank Edelblut. Gov. Sununu offered a job as the state commissioner of Education to Frank, and he may be the best one we’ve had in decades. So we can give Chris credit for listening when someone tells him what might be a smart move for him politically. That’s important …

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Sorry NH Women but some Republican Men say ‘F**K Your Feelings’

Last week Republican MEN decided to pass House Bill 1319 (HB 1319) aka the Gender Identity bill in order to allow biological men who ‘feel’ like women to gain access to women-only sex-segregated spaces. Apparently, the feelings of these biological men are far more important than the women whose spaces they will be allowed to …

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Where So-Called “Trans Rights” May Violate Title IX

New Hampshire is on the verge of denying rights to people under the pretense of providing them. The Trans bill sailed through the House under the cover of giving something to a class of persons what they already had under existing law. Rights they’ve been exercising all along. In the process, the Legislature has handed …

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Stop Legislative Effort to Discriminate Against Girls and Women in New Hampshire

One of the many bills before the New Hampshire legislature this year loaded with (presumably) unintended consequences is HB1319 (Find archived articles here and here). This bill, sold as Act prohibiting discrimination based on gender is entirely unnecessary so the goal must be something other than its stated purpose because it will enshrine other (unpleasant) things that are not …

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Millionaire Pushing ‘Gender Identity’ Bill in NH Wants to ‘Punish’ Anyone Who Disagrees

Next week, the New Hampshire Senate will be voting on House Bill 1319 (HB 1319), AN ACT prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. The legislation was voted “Inexpedient To Legislate” and to “Interim Study” by the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 24th. This legislation was defeated last year by the New Hampshire House of Representatives …

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NH House Votes to End Sex-Based Legal Protections for Women

Today, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to pass House Bill 1319 (HB 1319), AN ACT prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. The legislation was pushed based on the absolute lie that trans people don’t have the same protections against discrimination as everyone else in the state. The out-of-state organization who pushed this legislation, …

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Cornerstone Legislative Update

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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