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MFI Banquet and Babies on the Big Screen

Last night, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jim Lyons in front of a crowd of pro-life supporters to discuss the MA Infanticide Act.  We both noted how this bill is so extreme that we are seeing it galvanize a

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From Pot Shop To School Bus

While most of us were getting ready for Thanksgiving this past November, the first two recreational marijuana dispensaries (AKA “pot shops”) quietly opened in Massachusetts.  Less than a month later, on December 13th, two Mountview Middle School students were taken

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Cautiously Optimistic on Kavanaugh

Monday night, President Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Kennedy on the Supreme Court.  The left continued their hysteria, insisting that this change in the court would spell doom for their progressive agenda.  Some conservatives also raised concerns

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Pro-life Victory in MA!

We are excited to report on a pro-life victory here in Massachusetts this week! In October, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a new rule protecting nonprofit religious and pro-life organizations from the Affordable Care Act’s abortion

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A MA Doctor’s Case Against Assisted Suicide

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

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Right Now: March for Life 2018

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

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Churches Missing in Pro-life Effort

By now, many of you will have heard that the Stop Taxpayer Funded Abortion petition effort in MA fell short in its campaign to collect nearly 65,000 signatures.  Despite a tremendous effort by a motivated team of volunteers, we missed

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BREAKING: Feds issue new guidance on religious liberty

Great news for religious liberty today!  The Department of Justice released a 25-page memo for all executive departments and agencies outlining federal protections for religious liberty.  In it, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the following powerful statement: “The free exercise

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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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