The New Hampshire House will consider two bills next week:
HB 316 would allow and regulate alkaline hydrolysis for the disposal of human remains. In this process, the human body is reduced to bone ash and a sterile liquid substance through a chemical reaction. While the bone ash is returned to the decedent’s family, the liquid substance that is produced in the process is flushed away, usually into the public waste system. A manufacturer of an alkaline hydrolysis vessel stated last year that the process releases a total of about 300 gallons of discharge.
Contact your representative today to oppose HB 316.
HB 483 requires the physician performing an abortion, or the referring physician, to provide a pregnant woman with certain information at least 24 hours prior to the abortion and to obtain her consent she received the information. The information to be provided includes the medical risks associated with the proposed abortion method.
Contact your representative today to support HB 483.
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