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Doctor-prescribed death bill before Legislature

Friends, It was announced this week that the bill–HB 2233–that would legalize doctor-prescribed death here in the Commonwealth will be heard before the Joint Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, March 6th. While proponents have been successful in gathering the signatures to

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Police warn parents about online photo theft

Police in Charlton, the district attorney’s office and the FBI are investigating the copying and posting of pictures from student Facebook accounts on a website that includes child pornography. According to the Telegram & Gazette, pictures of seventeen Bay Path

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Scott Brown stands up for religious liberty

In response to President Obama’s unwavering stance infringing on the conscience rights of believers, Senator Scott Brown has signed on as a co-sponsor of a bill that would allow employers and insurers to limit specific health care coverage, including contraception,

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LETTER: There is nothing ‘fair’ about pornography

    There is nothing ‘fair’ about pornography “Politically correct labels be darned, porn communicates that women are objects or, worse, simply pleasure-giving machines to be discarded after they are exploited.” — Maureen Vacca This letter originally appeared in the

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Multiple sclerosis being treated by adult stem cells

From Family Research Council: Slapping hockey pucks around the ice rink, cracking balls around the golf course, and pounding out a 65-hour work week used to be commonplace for Barry Goudy. Then the unthinkable happened: doctors told the Southgate, Michigan

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Planned Parenthood flexes muscle, Komen backtracks

After it was announced that Susan G. Komen for the Cure would be ending its grants and donations to Planned Parenthood while the abortion giant was under investigation by Congress, Planned Parenthood and its allies went into action. They were

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Same-sex couple challenging Prop 8 files for divorce

One of the same-sex couples who challenged California’s Prop 8 in court filed for divorce late last month, only weeks before a federal court ruled the ballot-approved law unconstitutional. Robin Tyler filed for divorce from Diane Olson on January 25.

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