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NH governor vetoes parental notification

At the end of last week, Gov. John Lynch (D-NH) vetoed a bill that would allow parents to know when their underage daughter is considering an abortion. Lynch claimed the bill was unclear and too narrow, even though it was

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Happy Fathers Day

Friends, This weekend it’s time to celebrate Dad! He’s the man who taught you about tough love, but he also was the rock foundation that kept the family safe. For his sons, Dad demonstrated how to be a man; for

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Is Maria Talks revamp enough?

With the fever sweeping the city and region due to the Boston Bruins’ amazing run for the Stanley Cup, it was easy to miss the news in last Friday’s Boston Herald that the infamous Maria Talks website had been toned

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Political contrasts

Dear Friends of the Family, I am now back in Bermuda vacationing with my family, having flown to Boston on Tuesday to be at the State House with more than eighty-five passionate pro-family activists to actively engage their government during

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Lobby Day Wrap-Up

Last November, conservatives took to the polls across the state and help elect the largest number of conservatives to the State House to be seen in recent years. This, in turn, has led to all of us having a louder

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Lobby for your values next week

Dear Friends of the Family, First, I want to thank all of you that came to the State House yesterday for the Judiciary Committee hearing on the Bathroom Bill. It is never easy to travel into the city, and sitting

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Deval Patrick refuses Father’s Day banner

Last week, Governor Deval Patrick and his administration rejected a request to hang a banner at the State House honoring fathers on Father’s Day, June 19. An application to hang a banner, as has been done by a variety of

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