Dear friends,

Happy Snow day eve!! Did you get your bread, milk, and eggs yet? That’s right, tomorrow is another snowstorm, bringing lots of snow, wind, and possible power outages to the Granite State. But let’s turn this negative event into a positive event. Here’s how:

Due to last week’s snowstorm, the NH House of Representatives pushed back voting on key Pro-life bills until this Thursday, March 15. That means you still have time to contact your representative to urge them to vote for these Pro-Life bills. Use your day off (if you are fortunate to have tomorrow off) to contact your representatives.

And, as you are shoveling the snow and wishing for spring to arrive, use that time to pray for an end to abortion and a greater respect for all life from fertilization until natural death.

Here are the bills that NH Right to Life supports:

HB 1707 | Title: Relative to Information Regarding Abortion
NHRTL SUPPORTS
This bill required pre-abortive women be provided information about the risks of abortion. NHRTL believes spreading the truth about abortion’s consequences will both help protect women and reduce the number of abortions.

HB 1721 | Title: Relative to Coercive Abortions
NHRTL SUPPORTS
This bill would make it a crime to coerce a woman into an abortion and require women to be screened for being coerced. NHRTL believes reducing forced abortions will both help protect women and reduce the number of abortions.

HB 1787 | Title: Relative to the Rights of Conscience for Medical Professionals
NHRTL SUPPORTS
While this bill would not save any babies’ lives directly, medical providers need protection so they can refuse to participate in abortions. NHRTL believes providing this protection will enhance respect for the lives of the pre-born and potentially reduce abortions.

To find and contact your representative, please visit http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/wml.aspx

Jen Robidoux
President of NH Right to Life

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