Kris Mineau commends Brown for support of House continuing resolution

Media Release | Massachusetts Family Institute
For Immediate Release | March 10, 2011

Kris Mineau, president of Massachusetts Family Institute,
commends Sen. Brown for support of pro-life House budget

WOBURN– On Wednesday, the Democrat-controlled US Senate failed to approve the House’s continuing resolution to keep the government running. Sen. Scott Brown voted to approve the House version, while opposing the status quo Democrat version, which also failed.

“I applaud Senator Brown for keeping his promise to oppose taxpayer funding of abortion. The House version included the reinstatement of the Mexico City policy and the Pence Amendment, stripping scandal-plagued abortion provider Planned Parenthood of all government funding. We look forward to Senator Brown’s continued opposition to wasteful spending, especially that spending that supports the killing of pre born children at taxpayer’s expense.”

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