House Budget Recap: Very Few Recorded Votes, More Secrecy

The House finalized its $40 billion budget late last night, wrapping up final votes just after 10:00 pm. We’re still digesting everything that happened, and will have further updates as we obtain more details. The “process” was completed in just two days, with over 1,200 amendments filed, most of which were “withdrawn” by their authors without roll calls or debate.…

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Liberals and Saran Wrap?

The Health Curriculum Frameworks are up for a no-notice hearing before the Education Committee tomorrow. The legislators planned this hearing the day before Good Friday, the week before school vacation week, to make sure it was tough to alert you to this hearing. HB 2053 mandates the Health Curriculum Frameworks, a one-sized fits all graphic sex-ed curriculum in every school.…

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Sanctuary Cities and Towns… Or a Sanctuary State?

Progressives operating under national leadership are working town by town, city by city, across the Commonwealth to turn municipalities into sanctuary cities and towns. Over the past several weeks we’ve organized online petitions in at risk municipalities, and sent them to contacts in our database, asking volunteers to circulate them via email and social media. The links to each can…

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Have You Considered Running for Office?

Despite the cold and the snow, the spring municipal campaigns are already heating up. Later this month, towns across Massachusetts will be holding elections for school committee, selectman, town clerk, and various other local offices. We need your help to identify and recruit conservative candidates across Massachusetts. Our school committees need more opponents of Common Core and the Health Curriculum. Our…

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