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What you didn’t hear about Wednesday’s vote

As MFI’s communications director, I know we are fighting an uphill battle for family values in Massachusetts, and yesterday’s vote in the MA House to pass the Bathroom Bill was disappointing.  Nevertheless, we have reason to be encouraged. What you may

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Prayer and Petition at Our State House

This week, about 40 family-values advocates joined us at the State House for Lobby Day. Guests heard from eight pro-family legislators and other leaders of the movement on issues of life, human sexuality and parental rights. MFI staff were also able

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Judge tells RI school to take down prayer banner

According to U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Lagueux, a prayer banner hanging at Cranston West High School had to be removed immediately. According to the Justice’s decision, “The purpose of the prayer banner was clearly religious in nature,” and that

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Veterans Affairs bans mention of God at funerals

According to our friends at the American Family Association, the Department of Veterans Affairs and its Director of the Houston National Cemetery, Arleen Ocasio, are engaging in religious viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment an the Religious Freedom

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Continued prayers for the people of Japan

As you know, families on the other side of world continue to deal with the devastating aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the island nation of Japan. The tragedy has likely already taken thousands of lives, many of

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