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Serving Family Values for Breakfast on Beacon Hill

Yesterday morning, MFI staff hosted a legislative breakfast for state representatives, senators and aides at the Union Club, just across the street from the State House. At the breakfast legislators were briefed by MFI’s Director of Public Policy, Maureen Vacca,

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MFI at the National March for Life

Last Tuesday, my heart was full as I held my newborn niece in my arms a few hours after she entered the world. Two days later, on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, my heart was broken as I marched for

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Planned Parenthood is Not Happy

By: Andrew Beckwith This has been a tremendous week for family values in Massachusetts! Citizens of the Commonwealth will finally be able to vote this November to protect their communities from casinos. The entire nation was treated to GOOD news on

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40 Days for Life – Fall 2013

 40 Days for Life locations in Massachusetts for the Fall 2013 campaign: 40 DAYS FOR LIFE – ATTLEBORO, MA website: www.40daysforlife.com/Attleboro contact: 40DFLAttleboro@comcast.net vigil site: Four Women, Inc. 150 Emory St. Attleboro, MA 40 DAYS FOR LIFE – BOSTON,

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Choose Life – We are close

Dear Friends of the Family, Though we don’t have definite numbers, the response from the pro-life community to the pleas for additional people to sign-up for the official Massachusetts “Choose Life License Plate” by the July 1st deadline says that

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Drive for Life!

Friends of the Family, The Choose Life License Plate is a wonderful way to raise public awareness and much needed funding to support the positive choices of life, adoption and safe havens for unwanted pregnancies and newborns. Funds generated by

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Last chance to get your "Choose Life" plates

The Massachusetts Citizens for Life (MCFL) campaign for “Choose Life” license plates faces one final hurdle.  Over 2,600 plates have been ordered already, and it is so encouraging to see them on cars throughout our Commonwealth.  MCFL needs to have

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Religious Freedom Rally an encouraging success

Over 300 people assembled on Boston Common at noon last Friday to stand up for their First Amendment rights.  More than 1,000 concerned citizens were reported to have attended at multiple sites throughout the Commonwealth, and tens of thousands across

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