House Majority Leader Releases Statement to Passage of HB 1673 in a Bipartisan Effort

Concord, NH: House Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) released the following statement following the passage of HB 1673, relative to women’s health privacy and repealing the fetal protection health act with amendment 0688h, on a bipartisan vote: 

“Tonight’s vote on HB 1673 was a demonstration of a rare bipartisanship agreement following a passionate discussion concerning human rights. I would like to thank House Members on both sides of the aisle for finding common ground – limiting change to the fetal protection act to the ultrasound mandate only after 24-weeks.” 

“There are few moments when both sides agree, but tonight, the legislature agreed to ignore the more extreme outside influences and worked through a polarizing issue coming to a unanimous decision – that our constituents come first. Tonight was a win for New Hampshire.” 

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