Dear <<First Name>>,
A friend forwarded me an email she received from ACLU-NH in opposition to SB 66, the fetal homicide bill. That message prompts me to write to you to ask that you contact a House committee and ask for "ought to pass" on SB 66.

You probably know about New Hampshire's regrettable lack of a fetal homicide law. I even have a page dedicated to coverage of the topic on Leaven for the Loaf. This year's effort to pass a law takes another step forward next Tuesday, May 9, when the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will vote on SB 66. Their recommendation will then go to the full House for a vote at a later date.

I'll be asking the committee to vote Ought to Pass on SB 66. If you'd like to do the same thing, you can get the job done with a single email that will go to all the committee members at this address: 

If you want to attend the session, you can observe but not testify. The session begins at 10 a.m. in room 204 of the Legislative Office Building in Concord.

The ACLU-NH message includes this, which badly misrepresents SB 66:
That message ignores the plain text of SB 66, which says that the law would not apply to any act committed by the pregnant woman, any act committed at her request, or any act for her benefit. 

One state rep commented on Facebook earlier this session, “You ca[n]’t believe the number of emails I get from people that are opposed to the pre-born (fetal) homicide bill.”

I'm going to do my best to counter those negative messages with an email of my own. I hope you'll send one, too.
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