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Less than a week until Election Day!

We have less than a week until election day!  This Tuesday, November 6th, we will finally have the opportunity to vote No on Question 3 and Repeal the Bathroom Law!  There’s breaking news that this law is putting children (specifically a 10 year

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Tune In: Andrew on the Air

As we get closer to the November 6th election, we’re fielding more and more media requests about MA Ballot Question #3, the Bathroom and Locker Room Law.  I have found myself having to explain, repeatedly, to local reporters why some

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Andrew on Howie Carr

In case you missed it, Andrew was on with Howie Carr last night discussing the now infamous Brazilian Wax case out of Milton, MA.  The details truly are shocking, and Howie was hesitant to post the documents filed in this

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Support No On 3 THIS Sunday

Join us for a delicious hosted hors d’oeuvres as we rally the troops for our ballot question effort. We need your help and cannot get across the finish line without generous support from people like you. Please join our host

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Even I didn’t see this coming…

As many of you know, I’ve been engaged in fighting against the Bathroom Law since I started with MFI in 2012, and I’ve spent far more time researching, thinking, and writing about this issue than I ever could have imagined.

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NO on 3

Earlier this week, it was announced that the repeal of the Bathroom and Locker Room Law will be Ballot Question 3, so the KeepMASafe campaign will be renamed No On Question 3.  KeepMASafe will be launching new campaign materials very

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Help us fight for privacy and safety in MA

As you know, MFI has been championing the fight to protect women and children in public restrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms.  If you haven’t heard, there is yet a new challenge facing women, their comfort and safety….in the spa. In Case You

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The Bathroom Law repeal will be close, but we can win!

The front page of this morning’s Boston Globe featured an article on the campaign to repeal the 2016 transgender bathroom law. Our friends at KeepMASafe are working hard to protect women and children in private spaces like bathrooms and locker rooms and to educate

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