CONCORD, N.H. - The New Hampshire Senate has passed a bill that would terminate parental rights of a father whose child was born as a result of a sexual assault.
The legislation would permit out-of-state convictions in terminating parental rights.
The bill now heads to the New Hampshire House.
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