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03.07.2023 || Seacoast NH

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Stop hate in the Granite State!

It's not too late! (Scroll down now to submit your remote testimony by 11:59pm tonight.)

Today is a big day at the NH State House for us to take a stand in support of our trans & LGBTQ communities — in person or from your computer/phone right now!

Read more on NHPR : "Bans on gender-affirming care would have a 'catastrophic' impact on LGBTQ youth in NH, health providers warn"

Follow 603 Equality for live updates today (@603Equality on Twitter & Instagram) as they lead a strong show of opposition to this harmful legislation (and support for the one positive bill in the mix!)

...and most importantly, TAKE ACTION!

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Remote Testimony

Submitting "remote testimony" just means entering your name, email and town and selecting whether you support or oppose a bill. It only takes a few minutes— and it really does make a difference when our legislators see these numbers.

Make sure to register your opinion on these bills before 11:59pm TONIGHT!


  • HB 619 would ban gender-affirming healthcare for minors, ban LGBTQ affirmation and education in public schools, and would effectively repeal the state's ban on conversion therapy.
  • HB 417 defines gender-affirming care for minors as "child abuse".
  • HB 10 uses the frame "parental rights" to introduce more classroom censorship through vague language designed to erase LGBTQ people from the classroom.
  • SB 272 singles out transgender youth for a special tier of surveillance in schools.
  • HB 368 would protect patients who come to New Hampshire for gender-affirming care from being prosecuted when they return to their home states.

Thanks to ACLU NH for these bill summaries!
Remote Testimony Quick Guide

All of the following bill hearings are today, March 7.

[Committee // Time of hearing Bill # // position]
House Children and Family Law // 10:45 am – HB 417 // OPPOSE
House Children and Family Law // 1:15pm – HB 10 // OPPOSE
House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs // 10:00 am – HB 619 // OPPOSE
House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs // 1:00pm – HB 368 // SUPPORT!
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Senate Education // 9:00 am – SB 272 // OPPOSE
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In-Person Events

On a tie-dye type background of pink-ish purple, blue, and white, bold black text at the top reads, "FINAL MARCH 7th SCHEDULE." Below that, reads, "8 AM Rally to support LGBTQ+ lives in front of state house. 8:15 AM Press conference in front of state house or in Legislative Office Building if bad weather. 9 AM SB 272 hearing in Legislative Office Building. 10 AM HB 619 hearing in Reps Hall. 10:45 AM HB 417 hearing in Legislative Office Building 206-208. 11:30 AM Lunch arrives in NH Peace Action Conference room (4 Park St Suite 304). 1 PM HB 368 hearing in Reps Hall. 1:15 PM HB 10 hearing in Legislative Office Building 206-208. Whenever afternoon hearings finish (4 or 5 PM?) return to NH Peace Action for re-grounding. In the bottom right appears the 603 Equality Logo.'
Can't make it out today? Follow @603Equality on Twitter for live updates.
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