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A Pot Shop Next to Every Dunkin Donuts in MA?

On Monday, MFI staff attended a strategy session hosted by the Massachusetts Prevention Alliance (MAPA) [link] in Shrewsbury to work on plans for educating the public about the dangers of pending ‘medical’ marijuana legislation.  Activists from around the country were

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Vermont Senate Rejects Assisted Suicide Bill

The Vermont Senate has rejected legislation that would allow terminally ill people to get a physician’s help in ending their own lives. The legislation was defeated on a procedural vote. The bill – modeled after a law in Oregon –

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National Day of Prayer – May 3rd

The 61st National Day of Prayer will be celebrated on May 3, 2012. Based on the understanding that America was birthed in prayer in reverence for the God of the Bible, the National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by

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The Downside of Cohabiting Before Marriage

Cohabitation in the United States has increased by more than 1,500 percent in the past half century. In 1960, about 450,000 unmarried couples lived together. Now the number is more than 7.5 million. The majority of young adults in their

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Same Sex Marriage Leads to Polygamy?

Gay Marriage Has Islamists Eyeing Polygamy by David J. Rusin National Review April 16, 2012 Presidential candidate Rick Santorum got jeered for comparing the legalization of same-sex marriage to that of polygamy, but, whether or not the comparison is rationally

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Important work to be done

Friends of the Family, I just returned from the State House in Boston where the House and Senate convened, albeit briefly, in a joint session. The Constitutional Convention was promptly adjourned, and a brief report of our concerns over amendments

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Faith-based Christmas shopping

This week, our friends at Family Research Council shared with their supporters a resource that guides Christians by highlighting companies that allow people to get their shopping done while remaining true to our faith. The organization Faith Driven Consumer has

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A day that will live on in infamy

Before there was a September 11th, there was December 7th – Pearl Harbor Day. The infamous Japanese sneak attack claimed the lives of nearly 2,400 servicemen and women, and led the United States to enter the Second World War. In

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