Lynch vetoes the bill, calling it redundant.
Once more the House approved a waiting period, and once more the Senate rejected it.
More anti-choice sneak attacks in the New Hampshire legislature, as House members tack unpopular bills onto popular legislation.
How many times will the senate have to say no before the Speaker of the House will listen?
A change in a proposed bill in New Hampshire may leave infertile women and couples seeking in-vitro fertilization with few options.
The New Hampshire legislature had a busy week sorting through six different bills meant to restrict a woman’s right to choose, but in the end only two ended up passing.
They said they were running to fix the economy, but once they were elected they went straight to social issues.
Limiting a woman’s right to a legal procedure is way more important that ensuring a perfect bill.
Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the latest teen birth rates which found that fewer babies were born to teen mothers in 2010 than in any year since 1946.
In another “money is fungible” push, the state is willing to possibly give up over a billion in Medicaid funding to ensure not one dollar is paid to someone who provides an abortion.