From the HSLDA E-lert Service:


12/3/2010 3:39:05 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
New Hampshire--Homescholers on Offense in the State House?

From the HSLDA E-lert Service...

New Hampshire--From Defense to Offense? Join a discussion
about the next step for the much debated NH homeschool law!

Dear HSLDA Members,

After years of pitched defensive battles over increased homeschool
regulation, the landscape of New Hampshire's state Legislature is
looking significantly better for homeschoolers after November's
election. Homeschool-friendly legislators hold a significant
advantage in the new political makeup of the New Hampshire
Legislature. Historically more receptive to less regulation for
homeschoolers, Republicans have nearly 300 seats in the House and 19
in the Senate. HSLDA is keenly aware of the situation and has
reached out to a number of stakeholders to discuss what should be

Specifically noteworthy for homeschoolers was the election of
homeschool father and former CHENH President Jim Parison to the House
of Representatives and strong homeschool advocate Jim Forsythe to the
Senate. Longtime homeschool advocate and CheNH Board Member David
Wheeler was also elected to the governor's executive council. These
changes have many wondering what will happen for homeschoolers in the
2011-2012 legislative session.

Join HLSDA Staff Attorney Michael Donnelly along with
Representative-elect James Parison, Representative David Bates, HEAC
Chairman Abbey Lawrence, HEAC member Michael Compitello, and longtime
homeschooling advocate in New Hampshire Michael Faiella for an
exclusive legislative panel discussion next week on Thursday December
9, 2010 at 8:30 p.m. Other members of the legislature have been
invited to discuss their views about legislation in the upcoming
legislative session.

Don't miss this free e-vent! You will have the opportunity to interact
live with Mike and the other guests, so bring your questions. Space is
limited. Register now at

If you have any questions, please contact the @home e-vent team at .

We hope you can join us!

Very truly yours,

Michael P. Donnelly, Esq.
HSLDA Staff Attorney

-> You can only do so much...

No one can be everywhere at once. And you can't be at home,
teaching your children, while monitoring your state's legislature.
Through electronic legislative services, HSLDA is monitoring state
legislation for you -- watching and listening carefully for any
proposed laws that could erode your right to homeschool.
Join HSLDA today-we'll watch out for your future.

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