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New Hampshire Senate Voting to Quash Free Speech

New Hampshire Senate Voting to Quash Free Speech
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The New Hampshire House voted on May 15 to establish a 25-foot buffer zone around abortion clinics so pro-life protestors cannot get close to them. The bill singles out American citizens who want to exercise their First Amendment right to protest outside of abortion clinics. No other group is targeted by New Hampshire lawmakers.
For a state with the motto, “Live Free or Die,” it is a travesty.

Why do abortion providers like Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, fear their patients hearing the truth about abortion? The fear the truth because it might change a woman’s mind and that would mean a loss of revenue.

Please e-mail the 24 Senators and ask them to vote against this bill. Your e-mail can be brief: “Please vote against SB 319 which will create an unconstitutional buffer zone around abortion clinics thereby impeding the right to free speech of those who believe in the sanctity of human life.”

Freedom of speech is being threatened in New Hampshire. Thank you for making the calls.





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