Pre-Lobby Day Training Sessions

In preparation for our upcoming Lobby Day this March, MFI is organizing regional advocacy training sessions throughout the Commonwealth. MFI staff will discuss issues affecting our Commonwealth including:

  • The Recreational Marijuana Law
  • The Bathroom and Locker Room Law
  • Planned Parenthood in Public Schools
  • Physician-Assisted Suicide

For more information on the pre-lobby day trainings, please contact MFI’s Director of Community Alliances Michael King at [email protected].

We look forward to having more time to discuss these issues prior to our annual Pro-Family Lobby Day which will take place Wednesday, March 8 from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Massachusetts State House in Boston (Room 428). Stay tuned for more details.

In addition to the Pre-Lobby Day trainings and Pro-Family Lobby Day, MFI is excited to promote and take part in a variety of other pro-family events throughout the year.

Next week, be sure to follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts to celebrate National Marriage Week with us and find encouraging articles and media that support and honor Biblical marriage.

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