Sex Ed Bill stalled after senate vote

Last night I sent you good news about stopping the Bathroom Bill for 2015. This morning, I am happy to let you know that the Sex Ed Bill didn’t make it through the legislature this year either. I spoke with a pro-family Senator yesterday around 9:30 p.m., after the Senate adjourned for the year, and he confirmed that although the Senate voted in favor of it, there will be no further movement on the Sex Ed Bill until 2016. We have spent weeks getting the word out to legislators and the media (view articles in NewBostonPost and TownHall) about what this bill would do, so we believe it will face an uphill battle in the House next year.

In short, yesterday was a good day for family values in MA.

Blessings,

andrew s full blue

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