Last week legislative leadership of both parties handed down committee assignments, and began the process of organizing legislation filed as part of the new MA legislative session. Over the next few weeks, committees will begin scheduling hearings on legislation, and bills will receive official bill numbers and begin moving through the legislative process. We’ve seen in states across the country,…Read More »
A new two-year session of the legislature, 2019-2020, began last month at the State House with members of both the House and Senate being sworn in. The regular radical bills have been filed, but the left is more zealous and arrogant than in previous sessions. Here’s a list of those bills we know of already, and we’ll have further updates…Read More »
The State Senate, in a backroom deal on Sanctuary State legislation, is attempting to ram through Sen. Jamie Eldridge’s “Safe Communities” legislation that endangers citizens and law enforcement agencies of our Commonwealth. In this brazen move, Senator Eldridge and his leftist allies seek to pass this legislation with no public debate or stand-alone votes. Senator Fattman and his colleagues have…Read More »
While debating the state budget, the State Senate voted to adopt Senator Jamie Eldridge’s Sanctuary State bill. There are many things wrong with this that we will get into. But there is good news we want to share with you: it was a roll call vote and you can see how your Senator voted:…Read More »
Representative Jim Lyons of Andover has offered a budget amendment entitled “An Act to clarify the jurisdiction of law enforcement officials on immigration issues.” Representative Lyons’ amendment (#347) would give local law enforcement authorities the ability to detain an person for up to 48 hours, if there was probable cause to believe that the person violated federal laws including immigration…Read More »
Last week the Coalition held a great breakfast with David Bereit, founder of 40 Days for Life. David was introduced by Tom Harvey, and together they asked everyone involved to step up and be more involved in the pro-life movement, particularly in candidate advancement this year, as well as the effort to Stop Taxpayer Funding of Abortion.…Read More »
Beacon Hill is gearing up for another election where they can keep the status quo intact, unless of course we can disrupt their plans. The only way we can do this is if we have strong conservative challengers in key legislative races, we need YOU! If you’ve ever wondered:
What’s it really like to be a state representative?