Author Archives: Renew MA

The Renew MA Coalition is a non-partisan, advocacy organization to support conservative activists and legislators and their efforts to change Beacon Hill.

The Path to Charlie Gard Right Here in Massachusetts

There’s been a lot of discussion in the media and around the water-cooler lately about the Charlie Gard case, the rights of parents v. the bureaucracy, and the perils of socialized medicine. Our executive director recently wrote a piece for the New Boston Post on this topic, and if you haven’t seen and read it yet, you can do so…

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Summer at the State House

When the voters go away on summer vacation, activity heats up at the State House. Last Friday afternoon, while many advocates, the citizenry, and much of the press were tuned out for the Independence Day holiday, the legislature passed $40 billion, 320-plus page budget with only hours of time to review. It was perhaps the least transparent action they’ve taken…

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

It’s been a busy week for conservative and pro-life advocacy on Beacon Hill, as we also paused to celebrate our nation’s birth, including our Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. We want to take a minute to thank all of donors who helped us meet our 2nd quarter fundraising goal last week, as well as legislators like Rep. Marc…

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Common Core Hearing Tuesday

Earlier this week, the House and Senate voted on two separate pieces of legislation altering the marijuana ballot question. Both bills had some good points, such as adding consumer protections, ensuring “safety” of products, and further clarifying the law. But there were some bad elements as well, such as the House provision hiking taxes (which may preserve the black market,…

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Interns Wanted!

The Renew Massachusetts Coalition is seeking 2-3 interns or regular volunteers to assist with a variety of projects, from mailings, to data entry, to social media posting, to online research. Know a young person looking to get more involved, or who needs a summer (or fall) project? Someone looking to learn more about politics and government, and the practical aspects…

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