Parental Notification

Protect Parental Rights and Student Privacy: Oppose Senate Bill 196

What is SB 196? This bill deals with administration of non-academic surveys by public schools to students. The bill changes the requirements of school district policies governing the administration of non-academic surveys and questionnaires. It removes informed written parental consent. It does this by changing the requirement from opt in to opt out. Currently for …

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No Curriculum Trigger Warnings For Parents?

Michelle Levell joins us to examine student and parental rights with regard to explicit material in pubic school classrooms, a recent effort to inform parents, and how educarats reacted to the proposed reform.  

Did Parental Notification in New Hampshire Lower the Teen ‘Birth’ Rate?

Any moment now the Nashua Telegraph or the Concord Monitor will publish an article based on the most recent survey released by the United Health Foundation. (I mentioned it recently here.)  While I do not expect the local media to explore the point in that particualr piece–that you can spend far less in health care …

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All we heard from the Dems was caterwauling about “Settled Law!” Consistency is not their strong suit

All we heard from these clowns the last two years was things like don’t you DARE touch the gay marriage law – the Legislature already “settled” the issue.  How DARE you Republicans even consider revisiting that law! They adopted the mantra that once done, always done when it comes to the law.  Sure, the body …

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MOM’s Against Maggie Hassan

New Facebook page alert.  There is now a page called MOM’s Against Maggie Hassan. Why? Maggie is against mom’s, that’s why. Don’t beleive me, check out her voing record.   Maggie thinks the abortion lobby is more important than mom’s knowing if their underage daughters are seeking those services.  Maggie objects to homeschooloing, k-12 scholarships, or …

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We Should Thank Our House and Senate For The Veto Override

“By their own admission, leaders of the Republican Revolution of 1994 think their greatest mistake was overlooking the power of the veto. They gave the impression they were somehow in charge when they weren’t…” ~Sen. Mitch McConnell  I join with other citizens in expressing my humblest gratitutude to the New Hampshire House and Senate for overriding …

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Unanswered Questions of the Anti-Parental Notification Veto

 “A charlatan makes obscure what is clear; a thinker makes clear what is obscure…” —Hugh Kingsmill, British Writer and Journalist (1889-1949)  Governor Lynch’s veto of HB 329 followed on the heels of a sham excuse for the veto citing, “[T]he lack of an exception for the victims of rape, incest and abuse.”  Clearly the Governor knows all three …

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Is The Teenage Mother’s Life Really at Risk?

In the 20th century, deaths from complications of pregnancy have dropped from 850 per 100,000 pregnancies in 1900 all the way down to 7.5. That’s quite impressive. What has to annoy liberals is that most of that improvement occurred by 1982 and without unlimited access to “life saving abortions,” and without the state or federal pro-abortion democrats hindering parental consent before they were performed on minors.