Urgent: New Hampshire House Voting on Parental Rights Bill TODAY
H.B. 10, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, is scheduled for a floor vote in the New Hampshire House of Representatives TODAY, Wednesday, March 22.
This powerful bill will establish parental rights as fundamental in New Hampshire, as well as provide parents and children with additional protections from government encroachment.
Please contact your New Hampshire state representative and urge him or her to vote “Yes” today on H.B. 10, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, as amended by the Packard Amendment.
Your message can be as simple as the following:
“As a New Hampshire voter, I respectfully ask you to support H.B. 10, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, as amended by the Packard Amendment. The vital role of a parent in the life of a child must be protected. Today is the day for New Hampshire law to catch up with a hundred years of U.S. Supreme Court precedent and protect these rights with the respect they deserve. 15 states have already passed similar laws to establish parental rights as fundamental, and New Hampshire should be the 16th state to do so.”
To find out why H.B. 10 is so important, you can watch this short video from our organization.
You may remember that a bill very similar to H.B. 10 was narrowly defeated last year in the New Hampshire legislature. We must work together to ensure that does not happen again this year. Please email your representative, and then forward this email to as many friends and family in New Hampshire as you can.
Thank you for standing with us to protect children by empowering parents.
ParentalRights.org and the Parental Rights Foundation