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Radical Abortion Bill On Governor’s Desk!

Our state legislature just gave Planned Parenthood a blank check to rewrite abortion laws in Massachusetts.  Tell Governor Baker not to sign it! Our state legislative session ends this Sunday, July 31st, and Beacon Hill is ramming through all the worst bills

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Warren’s disinformation war on women.

For the past two weeks, we’ve been telling you about the left’s post Roe campaign against Pregnancy Resource Centers and the women they serve. MA Senator Elizabeth Warren is helping lead the charge by spreading what can only be described as “disinformation” via her public attacks on PRCs… Continue reading

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Massachusetts Pregnancy Resource Centers to A.G. Healey and Senator Warren, “Please Come and See Who We Are and What We Do.”

In light of the disinformation circulating about pregnancy resource centers recently, it is clear that we need to do a much better job educating the public about who we are and what we do. “Pregnancy resource center” is a broad umbrella term that consists of licensed medical clinics, medical offices, maternity homes and parenting support centers. Continue reading

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Worcester Pro-life Centers Vandalized!

Last night, two pro-life pregnancy resource centers in Worcester had their windows smashed and were vandalized with spray paint by abortion extremist group “Jane’s Revenge.”        Kelly Wilcox, Chief Executive of Clearway Clinic, wrote in an email to supporters this

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What is the Abortion Industry’s Next Move?

“Keep abortion safe, legal, & rare.” This used to be the pro-choice mantra. It’s catchy because it paints a sanitized picture of the actually gruesome act. It’s part of the strategy of distracting listeners with what abortion supposedly does for

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The Girls Finally Fight Back

From the threat of infanticide to assisted-suicide, the fight for life currently dominates conversation among pro-family activists in the Commonwealth. With our attention rightly fixated on pro-life issues, however, some may have missed an important new development in the effort

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