Date: 
Oct 16, 2015

Five New Hampshire Representatives are sponsoring a 2016 bill that prohibits abortion based on genetic abnormalities, such as Down syndrome.

Date: 
Dec 22, 2015

Last summer Planned Parenthood came under fire after a series of videos showed officials discussing the sale of fetal tissue.  Now state legislators are sponsoring many bills to restrict abortion in 2016.  Here's a rundown of the legislation coming in the new year:

Date: 
Feb 11, 2016

New Hampshire has fewer abortion restrictions than many other states, but New Hampshire also has a relatively low abortion rate.

Date: 
Feb 23, 2016

The Senate Health and Human Services Committee is considering a bill that would increase penalties for crimes committed at reproductive health care facilities.

Date: 
Mar 04, 2016

Next Wednesday, March 9, the House will vote on several bills to restrict abortion in New Hampshire.

HB 1328 would prohibit abortion after twenty weeks of pregnancy.  

Date: 
Mar 04, 2016

On Wednesday, March 9, the House will vote on HB 1328, which would limit pregnancy terminations to pregnancies of 20 weeks or less.

Currently, New Hampshire bans "partial-birth" abortions and requires parental notification before a minor's abortion. New Hampshire only provides public funding for abortion in cases of life endangerment, rape, and/or incest.

Date: 
Jan 14, 2017

Rep. Kathleen Souza is sponsoring a 2017 bill that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to track abortion statistics and release an annual report.

Date: 
May 10, 2017

On Tuesday, May 9 a House committee voted to keep a fetal homicide bill for further study.  The means the full House will not vote on the issue until next year.

Roe v. Wade Supreme Court
Date: 
May 28, 2017

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in Roe v. Wade legalized abortion across the nation. However, President Donald Trump made statements during his campaign promising to appoint judges who would work to overturn the ruling—though his most recent appointee, Justice Neil Gorsuch, has stated that Roe v. Wade is “the law of the land”.

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