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Flawed Study Used by Sex Ed Mandate Supporters

The recent passage of the Sex-Ed Mandate in the MA State Senate has renewed concerns over graphic sex ed curriculum already being taught in classrooms across the state. This legislation, if passed by the House and signed into law by

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Sex-ed Mandate up for a vote in MA Senate

The Massachusetts State Senate is set to vote next week on an “Act Relative to Healthy Youth”, which is a euphemism for a state-wide, sex-education mandate. This legislation is something MFI has been helping supporters stay up to date on

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They can’t make you teach that…

I received an email this week from a parent who is trying to opt their young teenager out of Sex Ed in their local public school. Under current Massachusetts law, parents have a clear right to do this, and schools may not

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Stopping the Sex Ed Mandate

Imagine a state where Planned Parenthood has a virtual monopoly on the sex education curriculum taught in every public school in Massachusetts. It could actually happen if the new Sex Education Mandate passes! That is why it is so important

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What they want to teach our 12 year olds….

Dear Friend of the Family, This morning’s Boston Globe has a decent article on our fight against the Sex Ed Mandate on Beacon Hill.  I spoke to the reporter, Stephanie Ebbert, for about half an hour on the phone last

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You’re Making a Difference!

Representative James O’Day, sponsor of the notorious Sex Ed Mandate, admitted that the “bill’s prospects in the House this session are uncertain.”  Why is that?  Because of you. “Every time that there seems to be a move forward on this

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Parental consent would “gut the bill”

In a 31-6 vote yesterday, the MA Senate approved the controversial Sex Ed Mandate bill. The debate and vote were nearly identical to the passage of a similar bill by the Senate in late 2015. That bill died in the

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