MFI to Co-host Celebration of Life Day at State House

MFI cordially invites you to the Celebration of Life Day at Beacon Hill! This coming Wednesday, October 30th, MFI is co-hosting the annual event to showcase the wonderful and vital work of pregnancy care centers from across the Commonwealth. Representatives of many pregnancy care centers will be present, along with faith leaders and pro-life supporters, to show Beacon Hill that we support and value life and vehemently oppose any bill that denies a person (no matter how small) his or her basic right to life.

Planned Parenthood is hosting their own lobby day event in a few weeks, so this is one of the last opportunities we may have to show our representatives the we do NOT support the Infanticide Act. This June, we made a huge statement against the ROE act, surprising a lot of our legislators. Gov. Baker has even expressed concern about the bill, particularly its removal of parental consent for underage abortions. We must keep the pressure on Beacon Hill to make the right choice and let them know we will not back down when it comes to protecting babies.  

Please join us at 10 a.m. this Wednesday in the Great Hall at the MA State House! Together, we can defeat this reckless infanticide bill. 

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