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DOMA on trial right here in the “Gay State”

Friends of the Family, This morning, a federal appeals court in Boston heard arguments in the legal battle to strike down the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). I was there this morning, along with Andrew Beckwith, MFI’s new executive

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DOMA repeal not attached to Defense Authorization bill

We reported last month that Senate liberals were attempting to attach a DOMA repeal amendment to the Defense Authorization Act, a must-pass bill that funds the military. Thankfully, phone calls from people like you convinced them otherwise. Thank you for

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Senate Judiciary calls for DOMA repeal

Today, Senate Democrats officially took sides on DOMA by voting 10-8 in the Judiciary Committee to support the misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act” that would repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The vote was along strict party lines

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Fight to keep DOMA heats up in Washington

Dear Friends of the Family, In Washington, where you would think our elected officials would be hard at work trying to get people back to work and the economy humming again, they are instead placating a well-funded special interest group

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John Kerry officially endorses same-sex “marriage”

Former presidential candidate and senior U.S. Senator for Massachusetts, John Kerry, has made it official that he now support same-sex “marriage.” While running for president in 2004, Kerry said that he opposed same-sex “marriage,” choosing instead to support civil unions.

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Will Scott Brown defend DOMA?

Friends of the Family, With the Bathroom Bill continuing to be a hot topic here in the Commonwealth, the national political scene has for the most been debating fiscal issues, including taxes, spending and the debt ceiling. As well they

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Clement refuses to bow to homosexual attacks

After the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) pledged to target the Atlanta-based law firm King & Spalding for representing the Congress in the defense of DOMA, the firm buckled and dropped the case barely a week after House Speaker Boehner hired

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