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Posts from January 2018

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A MA Doctor’s Case Against Assisted Suicide

by MFI News

Massachusetts Citizens for Life Board Member Mark J. Rollo, MD, wrote a fantastic op-ed in the Worcester Telegram opposing physician-assisted suicide, which we strongly encourage you to read. As I See It: The argument against assisted suicide bill With its decision to withdraw opposition toward physician assisted suicide, the Massachusetts Medical Society has turned back the […]

The man in the stiletto heels has a plan for your child

by MFI News

In Yesterday’s NY Times, Samuel Brinton, the discredited poster child for Christian Counseling Bans, was given a platform to tell the world what he’s really after. When he came to the State House in Boston, he gave an emotional and tear-filled testimony about the alleged physical abuse he received from therapists trying to “make him […]

Right Now: March for Life 2018

by MFI News

Today is the annual March for Life in Washington, DC.  Hundreds of thousands of pro-life supporters, many of them young people, will take to the streets of our nation’s capital to stand up for the lives of the unborn.  MFI’s Board Chairman Mike Gilleran is there with a large contingent of pro-life college students from […]

Federal Prosecutor Won’t Turn a Blind Eye to Marijuana

by MFI News

Good news this week from the newly appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, Andrew Lelling.  In a statement released Monday, Lelling said, “This is a straightforward rule of law issue.  Congress has unambiguously made it a federal crime to cultivate, distribute and/or possess marijuana.  As a law enforcement officer in the Executive Branch, […]

Another Battle on Bunker Hill

by MFI News

For many of us, Bunker Hill conjures up thoughts of the revolutionary battle where Colonel William Prescott famously told his men, “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes.”  Well, there has been another, much more recent battle waged on Bunker Hill that cuts to the core of our American birthright of freedom […]