MAggregator: Top News Items for December 19th

Will religious liberty survive in Massachusetts?
link: http://bit.ly/1ULluf9
mentioned: @MAFamilyInst The Argument: Should the president be chosen by popular vote?
link: http://bit.ly/1T8bwmP
mentioned: @RepDooley Harvard reverses course on “placemats for social justice”
link: http://bit.ly/1ULmwrv Camargo, Lyons exchange barbs
link: http://bit.ly/1T8bewl
mentioned: @RepJimLyons Lawmakers are worried about privacy with new tolling system
link: http://bit.ly/1T8btHU
mentioned: @RepGeoffDiehl Chappa-Quit-It
link: http://bit.ly/1T8ikRt
mentioned: @Dan_J_Flynn

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I can’t BELIEVE we’re doing this again!

So I wrote the following in 2013. Sadly, given that we’re having this intra-party fight again, I feel the need to repost it. “What is the one thing that can unite the MassGOP? Hint: It starts with “R”. We just had our monthly RTC meeting this past Wednesday, and our State Committeeman was there to give us an update from…

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The Light of Freedom

December is a month where much of humanity defies the frigid darkness by celebrating what may be our most joyous holiday. Christians and non-Christians alike have taken to the spirit of Christmas to celebrate in their own ways. Words of peace and joy and good cheer are shared with all. This year though, we enter the season with a darkness…

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MassGOP NCW Chanel Prunier: “Baker Needs to be More Like Deval”

Massachusetts National Committee Woman Chanel Prunier writes an intriguing editorial for the New Boston Post  arguing that the wildly popular Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker needs to leverage his sky-high popularity to push seemingly unpopular public policy positions. Prunier writes in part: I’m a Republican who agrees far more with Baker’s philosophy than Patrick’s. So why do I find myself wishing…

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