Tag Archives: New Hampshire

New Hampshire Medical-Conscience Bill

By Wesley J. Smith The question of “medical conscience,” that is, whether doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and the like can be forced to participate in medical procedures or provide services with which they have a religious or moral

Opposition to SB490 establishing a commission to study end-of-life choices

By Nancy Elliott, Chair of Euthanasia Prevention Coalition – USA I am opposed to SB490 because it is a thinly veiled effort to study Assisted Suicide, also known as death with dignity, medical aid in dying, euthanasia and

New Hampshire Senate: Vote for Kelly Ayotte

Maggie Hassan wants you to pay for abortions. By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director In New Hampshire, pro-life Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) is being challenged by radical pro-abortion Governor Maggie Hassan (D). Maggie Hassan,

Thank you to New Hampshire House of Representatives for Defeating SB426

Nancy Elliott

By Nancy Elliott, Chair – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) USA The New Hampshire House of Representatives recently defeated SB426, a bill to study Assisted Suicide Euthanasia. It was a surprising defeat. EPC USA had worked closely with

Takeaways from Democratic and Republican debates on the eve of the New Hampshire primary

By Dave Andrusko The difference in numbers was stark. The February 4th debate between pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders drew a paltry 4.49 on MSNBC. (It was the first debate after former Maryland

Pro-Life Sen. Kelly Ayotte to Face Pro-Abortion Gov. Maggie Hassan in NH Senate Race

By Andrew Bair The 2016 New Hampshire Senate race began in earnest Monday when Gov. Maggie Hassan, a pro-abortion Democrat, announced she will challenge pro-life incumbent Sen. Kelly Ayotte. Prior to Hassan’s announcement, the Rothenberg & Gonzalez

Alabama is third state to end contracts with Planned Parenthood

By Dave Andrusko If, as is often said, three makes a trend, Thursday’s decision by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley to cut Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood is especially good news. It means that in less than a

New Hampshire Executive Council rejects $638,000 in contracts for Planned Parenthood

By Dave Andrusko In what was described by the New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper as a “polite but passionate” debate, the Executive Council last night voted 3-2 to deny contracts to two Planned Parenthood offices in the

Former state representative explains why Quebec should follow New Hampshire and reject euthanasia

  Editor’s note. On March 16, Nancy Elliott, a former three-term New Hampshire state representative and a member of the board of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition – International, spoke at a press conference in Montréal hosted by

Victory in New Hampshire: Assisted Suicide Bill HB 1325 overwhelmingly defeated

  By Alex Schadenberg, executive director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Nancy Elliott, a Euthanasia Prevention Coalition International board member and a former three term New Hampshire state representative, led the charge to defeat assisted suicide bill HB 1325

Assisted Suicide: Abuse is inevitable

Editor’s note. The following letter was sent to Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition whose blog appears at alexschadenberg.blogspot.com. HB1325 would legalize physician-assisted suicide in New Hampshire. Dear Editor: I , William Reichel, M.D.,

New Hampshire Assisted Suicide Bill Redefines “Terminal Condition” Broadly Enough to Make Anyone With a Significant Disability or Chronic Condition Eligible

  By Stephen Drake Editor’s note. This appeared on the webpage of Not Dead Yet. If the title to this post sounds familiar, it should. Not for the first time, a “Death With Dignity” bill is being