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October is a scary month

Dear Friends of the Family, Many of you would agree with me that October is one of the best, if not the best months in New England. With a mix of warm days that remind us of summer and chilly

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“Courageous” opening and Boston Night of Worship

There are two Christ-based events fast approaching. First, next Friday, September 30, is the opening of “Courageous,” the latest film from the same studio that released “Fireproof” and “Facing the Giants.” Here is a brief synopsis for “Courageous”: Four men,

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DADT repeal complete, Scott Brown receives gay award

Yesterday, the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy on homosexuals serving openly was officially repealed, and Senator Brown, who reneged on a campaign promise to support the repeal, received an award from a prominent gay organization last night. At the

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Keiko Orrall wins special election

We published a Voter Guide in the 12th Bristol district special election to fill the vacancy left by Rep. Stephen Canessa (D-New Bedford), and that election was held yesterday. MFI is excited to welcome Keiko Orrall (R-Lakeville) as the newest

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Ballot Initiative Primer

Friends of the Family, I have told you briefly about some of the initiative petitions that you may run into while going to the grocery store or post office, but I think it is important that you as a voter

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Anti casino groups make statement on Beacon Hill

MFI stood with our friends in the coalition United to Stop Slots in Massachusetts (USS Mass) on the steps of the State House yesterday to call on legislators to reject the false promises of expanded predatory gambling and vote against

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MA House member calls for legalized internet poker

As if legalizing slot machines and Vegas-style casinos isn’t enough, state Rep. Daniel Winslow (R-Norfolk) believes now is a good time to legalize online poker games.  Under his plan, if approved, Massachusetts would become the first state in the U.S.

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NC legislators put marriage to the voters

The voters in another state, this time North Carolina, will get a chance to protect marriage with a constitutional amendment on the ballot next November. In 2008, the Tarheel State voted for President Obama who opposes any and all marriage

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