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Is Your Quality of Life Too Low?

Hundreds of concerned citizens turned out yesterday for the public hearing on House Bill 1991, the Physician-Assisted Suicide bill.  The pro-life side was well-represented with doctors, lawyers, faith leaders and even misdiagnosed patients testifying against the bill. MFI Legal Counsel Jonathan

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Speak Out Against Assisted Suicide

This Tuesday, October 27, MFI staff will be heading to the State House in Boston to speak out against the horror that is physician-assisted suicide. Please join us at 1 p.m. in Hearing Room A1-A2 as we stand up for those who will

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Legislators still meeting about Bathroom Bill

Thank you to the many of you who have contacted your legislators, whether by phone call or email, in opposition to the Bathroom Bill. The Judiciary Committee members could vote to send this dangerous bill to the floor of the House

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Support for Religious Liberty

As the fight for religious liberty rages on, be encouraged in knowing that people of faith are standing for truth and morality in the public square—and they’re receiving faithful support. According to the NewBostonPost, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed

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Second Nationwide Planned Parenthood Protest This Saturday

This past August, MFI staff joined 400 outside Boston’s Planned Parenthood facility to peacefully protest against its barbaric selling of baby body parts. Thousands of others protested nationwide, speaking out against the abortion giant’s mutilation of children and manipulation of

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TOMORROW: Bathroom Bill Hearing

Coming up this Tuesday, October 6, the Judiciary Committee will hear testimony on the dangerous Bathroom Bill, and we need you there.  Please join us at Gardner Auditorium in the State House at 12:30 p.m. for the hearing, which will

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The Real Agenda of the Bathroom Bill

It really isn’t just about bathrooms and locker rooms.  House Bill 1577, “the Bathroom Bill,” is intended to normalize transgenderism in every corner of our public lives.  Advocates for the bill claim that it is necessary to prevent discrimination in “public

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