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.