• Groundbreaking Work in Victims' Rights Renny wrote the Whistleblower's Protection Act, a landmark law providing assistance for victims of domestic violence. He worked towards the passage of laws establishing a Victims' Bill of Rights, a Victims Compensation Fund, and victims' advocate programs.
  • Crucial Work in the Treatment of the Mentally Ill Renny has been one of the most prominent advocates in the state for reform of the State's practice of housing non-criminal mentally ill patients in prisons, and currently has a bill before the House that would forbid the practice.
  • Strong supporter of the $18 million revitalization project for Hampton Beach
  • Renny was a strong supporter of this bill, which brought significant benefit to Hampton Beach, in his early years in the Legislature.
  • Two terms on the Criminal Justice Committee
  • Recognition and Remembrance of New Hampshire's History Played a key role in getting a portrait of Marilla Ricker, the first woman to attempt to vote and to run for Governor in New Hampshire, in the statehouse.