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 considered by the legislature. On the face of it, it’s still a bill that would restrict “eligibility” for …

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NH Assisted Suicide Bill’s Word Games

  By Wesley J. Smith Here we go again–and again, and again! Assisted suicide advocates mendaciously pretend that their killing agenda is only about terminal illness. But they are full of beans, as evidence by the phony definitions they often employ in their legalization schemes. Take the new New Hampshire legalization bill, as a typical …

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State Rep. who lost his grandson in auto crash, to introduce Unborn Victims of Violence bill in New Hampshire

  By Dave Andrusko Two years ago an unborn victims of violence bill easily passed both the New Hampshire House and Senate only to be vetoed by then-Gov. John Lynch. Freshman state Rep. Leon Rideout, whose daughter lost her unborn baby in a traffic accident last June, said he will introduce a similar measure next …

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“Not Dead Yet” Opposes New Hampshire bill that redefines hydration and nutrition in state law

Editor’s note. This is reprinted from the blog of Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. The following letter was sent by Diane Coleman, from the disability rights group, Not Dead Yet, to New Hampshire legislators opposing New Hampshire Senate Bill SB 170 that will redefine hydration and nutrition in state law.  Diane …

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NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE PRAISES NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE FOR PROTECTING PARENTS AND THEIR TEENAGE DAUGHTERS

WASHINGTON — Yesterday, the New Hampshire Legislature stood up for the rights of parents and their minor daughters by overriding pro-abortion Governor John Lynch’s veto of the New Hampshire Parental Notification Bill. The legislation, which requires that abortionists give written notice to at least one parent or guardian of a minor girl 48 hours prior …

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NEW HAMPSHIRE GOVERNOR TO PARENTS: You have no rights if your daughter is pregnant

WASHINGTON – The New Hampshire Parental Notification Bill, which was passed earlier this year by large majorities in the legislature, was vetoed yesterday by pro-abortion Governor John Lynch.  The legislation would require that abortionists give written notice to at least one parent or guardian of a minor girl 48 hours prior to performing an abortion.  …

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New Hampshire Parental Involvement Law on its Way to Governor Lynch’s Desk

By Dave Andrusko The decision whether New Hampshire will have a new parental notification law now rests in the hands of Democratic Gov. John Lynch, who, according to press accounts, has not said whether he supports HB 329.

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