Keep MA Safe, the ballot question committee to repeal the Bathroom and Locker Room law, has released its first video in the campaign to educate the public about how the law works and its impact on sensitive private spaces accessed by the public. It features a little girl and a grown man in a restroom, while the child’s father must…Read More »
A year ago the Bathroom-Locker Room Law went into effect and many of the predicted results have begun to occur. On Christmas Eve of 2016, barely three months after it took effect, a man entered a women’s room in a TJ Maxx store, and remained there for over a half an hour taking pictures of women. When a woman complained,…Read More »
One year ago today, women and children in Massachusetts were forced to forfeit their rights to privacy in order to indulge the sexual “dysphoria” of others. The 2016 “Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Act” was sold to the public as necessary legislation to protect transgendered individuals from being kicked out of restaurants, hotels and hospitals. What the citizens of Massachusetts weren’t told…Read More »
One year ago, on July 8, 2016, Beacon Hill decided to create new rights of sexual expression at the expense of the safety and privacy of women and children in Massachusetts. The “Bathroom and Locker Room Law” gave internal feelings the force of law, allowing men to enter private spaces normally reserved for women based solely on their feelings. In…Read More »
It’s a busy week. The budget debate is underway at the State House, there are upcoming hearings, and we are holding a fundraiser on Sunday.
In just three short days, legislators will deal with over 1,200 amendments, on everything from taxes to parental rights. Thank you to all who attended the Lyons/Lombardo press conference on MassHealth this morning. It is
By Kyle Cheney
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, NOV. 14, 2011..A legislative committee has begun polling its members on a long-stalled bill to include transgender residents in the state’s non-discrimination laws, setting up a vote in the House this week, according to a top deputy to Speaker Robert DeLeo. The Judiciary Committee issued a poll Monday afternoon to…