Legislative Update Week of April 1st, 2024

Thursday, April 4th, N.H. Senate SESSION ⭐ OPPOSE OTP – SB459This bill adds emotional and psychological harm as benchmarks for the presumption of harm to a child. While we acknowledge that psychological abuse is real, it is not something that can be measured. Only objective, measurable, quantifiable metrics should be used as a reason to terminate parental … Read more

Legislative Update Week of March 25th, 2024

Thursday, March 28st, N.H. House SESSION ⭐ SUPPORT OTP – HB1280This bill defines informed consent and patients’ rights in the context of a doctor-patient relationship. It codifies minimum best practices in the delivery of health care and serves as a necessary stopgap against the increasingly perfunctory execution of medical services driven by the growing administrative infrastructure … Read more

Addendum Legislative Update Week of March 18th, 2024

Thursday, March 21st, N.H. House SESSION ⭐ OPPOSE ITL, SUPPORT OTP – HB1664This bill allows any patient who was under 21 years old at the time of treatment and hurt by gender transition surgeries or drugs to be able to sue for damages for 20 years or at any time for infertility. The medical establishment and … Read more

Legislative Update Week of March 18th, 2024

Thursday, March 21st, N.H. House SESSION ⭐ SUPPORT INTERIM STUDY/OPPOSE OTP – HB1002 It’s BACK! This bill has done a ring around the rosey. It requires that an hourly fee be charged for right to know requests that take over 10 hours to complete. First the bill was “ought to pass” out of committee and passed … Read more

Legislative Update Week of March 11th, 2024

Good News! HB1610, the bill that would have required all homeschooled, private schooled, or EFA students to be subjected to mandated public school standardized testing, was voted Inexpedient to Legislate unanimously by the committee and is as good as dead. Thank you to everyone who helped in this effort! HB1002, the bill that would have … Read more

Legislative Update Week of March 4th, 2024

Monday, March 4th, N.H. HouseEducationLOB, Room 205-207 ⭐ 12:30 p.m. – OPPOSE –HB1610 This bill has generated a lot of chatter. According to the bill title, it requires public school standardized testing for students who accept an Education Freedom Account (EFA). However, the bill text applies to all children in “all learning environments,” i.e., public … Read more

Legislative UpdateWeek of Feb. 26th, 2024

It’s a quiet week in the New Hampshire Legislature because of February school vacation week.  However, a bill just recently came to my attention, and while it has already had a public hearing, it could use some support this week leading up to the committee vote at the beginning of March. N.H. HouseCommerce ⭐ SUPPORT … Read more

Legislative UpdateWeek of Feb. 19th, 2024

Last week, the House voted on HB1677, a bill expanding the Education Freedom Account program to all failing districts. Unfortunately, the bill failed. By the time they got to this bill, Republicans had lost the majority in the room, and Democrats were vehemently opposed to education choice programs. Our treasurer, Rep JR Hoell, wrote this fantastic … Read more

Education Freedom Action Alert

It has just come to our attention that HB1677 has an amendment. The bill requires that Education Freedom Accounts (EFA) be made available to all students in any school district with less than 50% proficiency in all subjects. The amendment says that all students are eligible for an EFA if the district is below 25% in any subject.  … Read more

Director’s Report: February 12th, 2024

Director’s Report is back! It’s a busy week coming up in the 603! Listen, stay engaged, fight for liberty! Last week, we asked you to contact your reps about HB1002, a bill that would add a $25 hourly fee for right-to-know requests. The bill was reconsidered Thursday and sent back to the committee.  Please contact … Read more