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Not just a gummy bear…

My wife showed me this article last night.  Apparently, two middle school kids in Framingham had to be hospitalized after ingesting marijuana-laced “edibles” on the school bus.  This is exactly one of the scenarios we’ve been warning about with the new legalization of recreational

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Victory for religious freedom in MA!

Yesterday, we celebrated a real win for religious freedom.  Both MA Attorney General Maura Healey and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) voluntarily reversed their new transgender polices to acknowledge the constitutional right of churches to teach and operate consistently

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MFI Stands for Your Religious Freedom

Earlier this week, I was down in DC at a national strategy conference hosted by our legal ministry friends at Alliance Defending Freedom.  This gave me the opportunity to spend some more time with Steve O’Ban, the ADF attorney I’ve

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We’re Here to Help You Protect Your Ministry

As I’ve been writing to you for some time now, the confusion and controversy in our culture surrounding issues of human sexuality and religious freedom are presenting unique challenges to the church.  This is why a growing part of MFI’s ministry

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Kim Davis is free… for now

While Americans all across the country were celebrating the last few days of summer freedom over the weekend, there was a case in Kentucky that may be pointing to the end of our long season of religious freedom in America.  Friday

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Dr. Paul Church Defends his Religious Freedom Rights

After speaking out about the medical health risks of homosexuality and voicing his religious and moral beliefs, Dr. Paul Church’s job at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) was threatened—but family values supporters like you spoke up with MFI to

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Religious Freedom in Lawrence

This past Friday, MFI’s allies at Liberty Counsel won a victory in Massachusetts for religious freedom.  President Anita Staver had sought to hold a lecture on American history from a religious viewpoint in a meeting room of the Lawrence Public

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