Tag Archives: prolife

Infanticide Bill Opposition Pushcards Coming/Available

Yesterday the first shipment of our regional push cards opposing the Roe Act Infanticide bill arrived from the printer. Thank you so much to all of you who made contributions recently to make their purchase possible! These push cards are designed to educate our friends and neighbors in targeted legislative districts about the provisions of the Roe Act Infanticide bill,…

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Go to See Unplanned

The outpouring of support from the pro-life community for Unplanned has been spectacular. If you have not yet seen the film, we encourage you to see it, but beyond that to also bring a friend and to spread the word of its very successful opening this past weekend. Lead by the Massachusetts Republican Assembly, pro-life organizations across the state have…

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Sign Our New Petition Against the MA “Roe Act”

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,…

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Ask the Governor to Veto Secret Abortions

SB 2296, the “Confidential Health Care” bill, has now passed in both houses and after it goes through conference, it will move to Governor Baker’s desk for his signature. We need your help convincing him to veto it. As we’ve written to you before, this is the legislation to encourage children and spouses to keep important health care decisions from…

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Secret Abortions Bill on Deck for Next Vote

SB 2296, the “Confidential Health Care” bill, has been sent out of the Ways and Means Committee and is coming up for a vote in the House of Representatives as soon as tomorrow. As we’ve written to you before, this is the legislation to encourage children and spouses to keep important health care decisions from their families. This legislation would…

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