As the school year begins, parents across the Commonwealth are concerned about the sexual indoctrination pervading their local school districts. Student clubs like the Gender and Sexuality Alliance set aside a day or week, in almost every month of the
This summer, Governor Healey proposed a new Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Curriculum Framework for MA public schools. Since that announcement, we have been sounding the alarm about the extreme content in this document and encouraging MA residents to tell DESE to reject the Framework.
Call to Action! Worcester City Council Proposes Anti-Pregnancy Resource Center Ordinances Despite City Solicitor’s Warnings.
Since the demise of Roe v. Wade, MA state and local elected officials and activist groups have declared war on pro-life pregnancy resource centers (PRCs) that help women and babies in need. MFI fought an ordinance in Easthampton for over a year
MA schools are sexualizing kids, and they will ramp up their efforts if the new sex ed teaching standards proposed by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) are adopted. DESE, supported by Governor Healey’s administration, has published
Since the demise of Roe v. Wade, MA state and local elected officials and activist groups have declared war on pro-life pregnancy resource centers (PRCs) that help women and babies in need. For the past year, MFI has been working to protect
Would you believe it if we told you that the pro-abortion lobby didn’t show up this past Monday to testify in support of the Gag Rule legislation meant to silence pregnancy resource centers (PRCs)? Well, it’s true! Pro-life supporters attended
MFI Raises Strong Defense to Guard Religious Exemptions and Parental Rights at Hearing on Vaccine Bills
On Wednesday, hundreds of Massachusetts residents defended their religious liberty and parental rights during a hearing for several vaccine bills before the MA Joint Committee on Public Health. Together, HB604, SB1391, and HB2151/SB1458 would remove religious exemptions for K-12th grade students
The Joint Committee on Public Health will conduct an in-person and virtual public hearing on several vaccine bills Wednesday, July 26th, at 9 am. These bills will remove the religious exemption for K-12th grade students and allow minors to consent to
The Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure announced yesterday that they have scheduled a hearing for the Pregnancy Resource Center (PRC) Gag Rule, HB377 and SB174 for Monday, July 24th at 1:00 pm at the State House in Boston. HB377/SB174