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tomorrow’s hearing

Friends, I just wanted to send you a quick update on the Judiciary Committee hearing tomorrow and the latest on the Bathroom Bill. First, the hearing is tomorrow, June 8, at 1pm in the Gardner Auditorium if you can come

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Bathroom Bill takes center stage

Friends, The weather is getting warmer and thoughts of heading to the park, playground and beach are entering our heads, especially with Memorial Day weekend just two days away. Now imagine how those thoughts will change come next year if

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Maine attempting to restore bathroom safety

The state of Maine made their “Bathroom Bill” a law in 2005 as part of the “Maine Human Rights Act.” Thanks to the results of the November election, the current legislature is attempting to restore privacy and safety for those

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Maryland sends bathroom bill to defeat for year

The Maryland Senate has ended debate for this year on their version of the “bathroom bill,” leaving gay activists “greatly disappointed.” The Senate voted 27-20 to send the bill back to committee for further study, with advocates saying they will

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Bathroom Bill rears its ugly head at Statehouse

As expected, the so-called “Bathroom Bill” is once again rearing its ugly head at the Statehouse, with advocates bringing members of the clergy to Beacon Hill to call on the Legislature to pass this dangerous and unnecessary bill. The panel

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Mineau quoted about Bathroom Bill in Boston Globe

In today’s Boston Globe, MFI President Kris Mineau was quoted about the ongoing battle over the “Bathroom Bill”: Kris Mineau of the Massachusetts Family Institute, which opposes the bill, said yesterday that his organization remains concerned about “the privacy, safety,

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Maryland battling “bathroom bill” in legislature

The House of Delegates in Maryland over the weekend voted to approve their version of a “bathroom bill,” sending the bill to the Senate. However, the bill landed in an unusual committee: the Senate rules committee. According to the Baltimore

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