Bring Your Voice to Beacon Hill Next Week

Friends,

As our values and our rights continue to be under attack by our opponents and their allies in government, it is even more important that we stay vocal in front of those that have been elected to represent us. Our annual pro-family Lobby Day is the perfect opportunity to speak with your legislators and their staff, hear from legislators who share your values, and meet other pro-family voters.

Pro-Family Lobby Day
“Resetting the Legislature’s Priorities”
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
10:30 am to 2:30 pm
Room 437 – MA State House, Boston, MA

There is a lot going on within the walls of Beacon Hill, but we will be concentrating our efforts on the following issues:

  • The state budget and where our taxpayer money is going – and funding battles we can win
  • Laura’s Law – A Woman’s Right to Know Bill
  • MA Health Curriculum Frameworks
  • The legalization of marijuana
  • Doctor-prescribed suicide

So, we invite you to join us at the State House a week from tomorrow–Tuesday, March 27–for our annual Pro-Family Lobby Day. This is a great opportunity to learn how Beacon Hill works and how you can help fix it. Please RSVP below. We need to plan for supplies, and your RSVP will help us know how many people to expect.
For our families,
Kris

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