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When the dust settles…

There are now just over 100 hours left in the 2017-2018 Massachusetts legislative session, which expires at midnight on Tuesday, July 31st. There are still two bills sitting in committee which I would ask you to join me in praying

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Counseling Ban Update: You did it!

I have good news to report on the Counseling Ban legislation!  Both the MA House and Senate held their final formal sessions for 2017 this week and the bill did NOT come out of committee for a vote.  This means

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Gender X

Newly filed legislation on Beacon Hill would add a third sex designation on state-issued identification, such as drivers’ licenses.  If Senator Karen Spilka of Ashland is successful in passing her bill, “X” will become a third option for sex, alongside

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It’s Finally Over!

On Sunday, the 2015-2016 state legislative session finally came to a close.  I was there on Saturday, helping to lead a pro-family Lobby Day for one last opportunity to make our voices heard. I am happy to say that the last

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Let your faith enlighten the public square

As the nation observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, MFI’s Jonathan Alexandre wrote about the significance of King’s faith in his work for justice. Jonathan was also featured in a Boston Globe article last week where he discussed the transgender lobby’s

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Help us stop the Bathroom Bill!

This past May, Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy announced his support for the Transgender Bathroom Bill, a dangerous piece of legislation that would open up public bathrooms and locker rooms to either sex, according to their “gender identity or expression.” Because

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