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Posts tagged with ‘transgender bathroom bill’

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BREAKING: Major progress on the battle for privacy, safety and freedom

by MFI News

I have great news to share with you on two fronts today. First, early this morning, our national partners at Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit on behalf of four Massachusetts churches in response to the transgender bathroom law’s unprecedented and unconstitutional intrusion into the First Amendment rights of our pastors, priests and houses of worship.  If […]

New Rules on MA Bathroom Law

by MFI News

I had the opportunity to speak to a gathering of about 75 pastors this week on the issue of religious liberty.  Specifically, they wanted to know about the bathroom bill, and what it means for their churches and communities.  I explained the threat that it poses to “houses of worship,” as defined by the MA Attorney General and encouraged […]

We need your help!

by MFI News

Will you help us protect our daughters, wives, and mothers from state sanctioned exposure to perverts and pedophiles in public bathrooms and locker rooms?  I’m not asking for money. (Although if you WANTED to donate to KeepMAsafe, you can do that HERE.)  We need your personal effort.  As of today, we have exactly 30 days to collect the 60,000 raw signatures […]

Join us as we fight to Keep MA Safe!

by MFI News

The petition drive to repeal the Bathroom Law and to Keep MA Safe is now on its way, and they need YOUR help! Keep MA Safe is looking for volunteers and churches to sign up this weekend to start gathering signatures. To get enough signatures and make this drive successful, Keep MA Safe needs your immediate assistance to put this dangerous […]

BREAKING: Campaign to repeal Bathroom Bill announced

by MFI News

I just got back a few hours ago from the bathroom bill repeal campaign launch.  We had a good crowd gathered in front of the statehouse, with the media in tow.  On behalf of a diverse group of community leaders, I was excited to announce the formation of “Keep MA Safe,” as a ballot question committee.  Keep […]

Mass Family Announces Bathroom Bill Repeal Effort

by MFI News

Petition filed with Secretary of State to repeal transgender bathroom law that endangers privacy and safety of women and children Monday, July 18, 2016 WOBURN — Massachusetts Family Institute is excited to announce the launch of a ballot referendum initiative to repeal the transgender bathroom, locker room and shower law.  Today, 21 courageous nd dedicated […]

Battle for Bathrooms and Showers Continues

by MFI News

MA Family Institute assesses options concerning newly passed Transgender Bathroom Law Thursday, July 14, 2016 The bathroom bill signed into last Friday by Governor Baker puts millions of women and children in our Commonwealth at risk.  Despite the thousands of calls and emails from concerned citizens to their legislators and our governor, our elected officials on […]

Governor Fails to Protect MA Women and Children

by MFI News

Massachusetts Family Institute | News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:   Lena Wakim | lena@mafamily.org | 781.569.0400   Governor Fails to Protect MA Women and Children In his decision to sign the Bathroom Bill, Governor Charlie Baker has opened the door for predators to enter public bathrooms, locker rooms and showers and to abuse this vague legislation.  Even in […]

Bathroom Bill could be in effect THIS WEEKEND!

by MFI News

We learned yesterday that the bathroom bill is out of conference committee and on its way to the Governor’s desk.  It could get there as early as tomorrow, and, because the committee has added an “emergency preamble” to it, the law would go into effect as soon as the governor signs it.  That means your wife […]

LGBTQ and “We don’t know who will be next…”

by MFI News

The media is starting to take notice of the public outcry on the Transgender Bathroom & Shower Bill here in MA.  Politico interviewed Renew Mass Coalition Director Chanel Prunier on the effort to make our pro-family perspective heard loud and clear by Governor Baker. In fact, as the article notes, the bill still hasn’t made it to […]