SB 272 establishing a parents’ bill of rights in education.
This bill is explicit about singling out trans students for surveillance in schools and outing them without considering the potential consequences from unaffirming parents.
- Specifically targets LGBT+ teens
- Forces teachers to “Out” LGBT+ teens even against the teen’s objections
- Targets teachers and school districts with potential lawsuits
- Erodes the Dept. of Educations One Trusted Adult program
- Has virtually no exceptions for abuse/neglect
SB 272 has already passed in the Senate and will be coming up for a vote in the full house. There is no time to wait: tell your state representative(s) to support our LGBTQ community by opposing SB 272.
HB 619 prohibiting gender transition procedures for minors, relative to sex and gender in public schools, and relative to the definition of conversion therapy. This bill was retained in committee, meaning it won’t come up for a vote until January of next year.
HB 417 relative to the definition of child abuse. Was defeated in the NH House. This bill defined gender affirming care as child abuse.
HB 10 establishing the parental bill of rights. NH House parental bill of rights enabling forced outing of trans children. The bill was tabled
HB 88 relative to reproductive rights. This bill provides that the state shall not restrict a woman’s exercise of her private decision to terminate a pregnancy except as provided in RSA 329:43 – 329:50 and RSA 132:32 – 132:36. This bill passed the NH House and defeated in the NH Senate 14-10 ITL.
HB224 repealing the criminal and civil penalties from the fetal life protection act. This bill repeals the criminal and civil penalties for violation of the fetal life protection act, which restricts access to abortion procedures after 24 weeks. This bill passed the NH House and was defeated in the NH Senate.
HB56 relative to permits for the siting of new landfills. This bill establishes a formula for determining the distance for which a new landfill shall be located from a perennial river, lake, or coastal water. This bill passed the NH House and was defeated in the NH Senate