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“It’s shocking that they’re not shocked!”

When one viewer saw the clip of my appearance on NECN last night discussing the Sex Ed Mandate, her response was “It’s shocking that they’re not shocked!”  She’s right.  Despite the fact that I held up a roll of “non-microwavable

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Help Us Stop the Secret Abortion Bill!

Help stop Massachusetts from giving Planned Parenthood the gift of secret abortions for Valentine’s Day!  Our State Senate is scheduled to vote tomorrow, February 14th, on Senate Bill 591, an Act Relative to “Confidential Healthcare,” which encourages children to hide abortions,

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Mr. Beckwith Goes to Washington

I’m down in D.C. at Family Research Council’s Values Voters Summit today and tomorrow.  President Trump will be speaking this morning and FRC has asked me to speak on a panel discussing pro-family work at the state level tomorrow afternoon. 

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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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Senate votes on Sex Ed Bill TOMORROW!

Dear Friend of the Family, The Massachusetts State Senate will be voting on the controversial Sex Ed Mandate bill TOMORROW, and we need your help letting MA senators know the dangers of this bill. I will be speaking on The

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Legislators Consider the Underage Abortion Bill

At a hearing before the MA Committee on Public Health on Tuesday, legislators heard testimony on Senate Bill 754, which would lower the age for young women in the Commonwealth to receive an abortion without parental consent from 18 to

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MFI Speaks Life to Elizabeth Warren

I am down in D.C. this week with five Massachusetts pastors, taking part in the Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall Conference.  We’re learning how churches can partner with groups like MFI to strategically influence the public square for the

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