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MCFL-- Trouble: poll today confirms...

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Oct 08, 2012 at 12:07:55 PM EDT

As he has since early September, Sen. Brown trails his challenger Elizabeth Warren, 50% - 45% according to The Hill today, http://thehill.com/blogs/ballo...

The American Thinker looks at Senate races nationally and concludes: high confidence Republican wins, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wisconsin; Probable Republican wins: Montana, Nevada, Florida, Virginia; REPUBLICAN LONG SHOTS: Connecticut, Missouri, and MASSACHUSETTS
Here is their analysis,  

Republican long shots:
Massachusetts - The contest is a donnybrook; Scott Brown (R), the incumbent, versus Elizabeth Warren (D).  Warren, a devotee of the very liberal/progressive left, has claimed Native American heritage to gain an employment preference and subscribes to the "you didn't build that" philosophy.  Nevertheless, Warren has a 4% lead in the RCP {Real Clear Politics}average polling, which is nonetheless very volatile.  Warren has a significant Democrat registration majority, an Obama approval rating over 55%, a decent economy and an anti-war/defense constituency.  Scott Brown needs a second miracle.  He did it once; can lightning strike twice?
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com...

Please keep these four things in mind:  
 1.. Justice Scalia just turned 78
 2.. Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this year
 3.. Justice Breyer turned 76 in August
 4.. Justice Ginsburg turned 81 recently.
 In addition,
 * Justice Ginsburg has Pancreatic Cancer.
 * Justice Stephens has already said he
would retire and is just waiting for Obama to be reelected.

The next president could appoint as many as 4 new Justices over next 4 years.
This election is about repealing O-care and about Supreme Court justices!  The U S Senate is the key!

The Right to Life vote made the difference for Sen. Brown in 2010.  It will make the difference again!  Anne  

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MCFL-- Here are links and article you didn't receive

by: MCFL Press Release

Mon Sep 24, 2012 at 12:36:15 PM EDT

The Doctor-Prescribed Suicide ballot question here in Massachusetts has national and, indeed, international implications.  If we let the death lobby win here, they will be all over the country in no time.  They are gearing up with presentations across the state and massive fund-raising. WE HAVE TO RAISE MONEY also and we have to employ right-to-life's secret weapon - our people.

I am very concerned that people are wasting energy on other things when our primary job is to defeat DPS.

Many are focusing on Sen Brown saying he is "pro-choice"  He has always said that and then voted pro-life.  What a contrast to my congressman who says he is pro-life and then votes pro-abortion!

From our point of view, Brown has been lucky in his opponents because of the clear contrast they provided.  His State Senate opponent went on to a very high paying job with Planned Parenthood.  Martha Coakley announced that Catholics should not be allowed to work in emergency rooms, among other anti-life gaffs.
Now we have Elizabeth Warren, an Obama clone on the life issues.

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MCFL: Were they wearing brown shirts?

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Feb 23, 2012 at 22:56:51 PM EST

It is getting vicious out there. "It's time for Senator Brown to admit to a Mistake"

http://boston.com/community/bl...  

Here is very good explanation of the Blunt Amendment by National Right to Life, http://www.capwiz.com/nrlc/cal...  

NRLC urges you to call your Senators to ask them to support the Amendment. We have not been calling Sen. Brown because he co-sponsored the Amendment as soon as Sen. Blunt filed it. Even as a State Rep and Senator, Brown had filed conscience legislation.

We are getting calls from the media that have two themes: (1)how could Brown be so stupid to back something no one likes and (2)he is doing this for political gain. The press doesn't see the inconsistency.

They also don't remember Martha Coakley's "Shannon O'Brien moment". O'Brien lost the governor's race to Mitt Romney when she announced hours before the election that 16 year old girls should be allowed to obtain abortions without their parents knowing.

Coakley repeated the mistake when she opined that Catholics should not be allowed to work in emergency rooms. Which brings us back to religious freedom.  

So 50 people were at Sen. Brown's office abusing him for supporting our right of conscience.

Please call Sen. Brown's office right now to thank him profusely for co-sponsoring the Blunt Amendment. 202-224-4543

Those of you who are Steve Lynch's constituents will be sick and want to call him, http://www.dotnews.com/litdrop...

http://www.dotnews.com/litdrop...  

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MCFL: Your Blow for Conscience Rights

by: MCFL Press Release

Fri Feb 17, 2012 at 15:17:25 PM EST

Since votes in 2002, Sen. Brown has put conscience at the top of his list, according to the today's Globe. You will see, from this video and his open letter, that he continues in the U. S. Senate.

There will be nasty columns in the Globe and the Herald. They are going to be trashing him unmercifully for sticking up for us and our rights! Please get on the blogs under the articles and fight back. He deserves our support! Good blogging, Anne

http://www.google.com/cse?cx=0...

Dear Friends,

One of our most fundamental rights as a people is the freedom of religion. It was right here in Plymouth, Massachusetts that pilgrims from Europe established a colony because of religious persecution at home.

Now, it is Harvard Professor Elizabeth Warren who has assumed the mantle of oppressor. She and her allies on the left are dictating to Catholics and other people of faith that they must do as they are told when it comes to health care or face the consequences, regardless of their personal religious beliefs.

That's not the America our Founding Fathers envisioned, and it's just one of the unhealthy side effects of Obamacare, which seeks to impose a one-size-fits-all, government-knows-best health care program on the whole country.

Obamacare is bad law and needs to be repealed. Until that day arrives, it's important we fight to protect the public from some of its worst aspects.

I support a conscience exemption in health care for Catholics and other people of faith.  That's why I signed on to Senator Roy Blunt's bill to restore the conscience protections in the law that existed prior to the passage of Obamacare.

Professor Warren is opposed to providing a conscience exemption. Her view is that government can mandate religious people and organizations to act in ways that are contrary to their most deeply-held principles.  This type of thinking strikes at the very heart of the religious freedoms enshrined in our Constitution.

My last opponent, Martha Coakley, took the same position and said Catholics who work in emergency rooms should find a new line of work. This attitude is highly offensive to all Americans, not just people of faith.

Religious liberty is at the core of our nation's founding, and we in Massachusetts know that better than anyone. It is has helped make us a strong and diverse nation. We must continue to cherish it and fight back against those who would chip away at it.

Sincerely,

Scott Brown

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MCFL: Sen. Scott Brown Calls For Protection Of Religious Liberty

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Feb 09, 2012 at 22:45:10 PM EST

For Immediate Release
February 9, 2012

CONTACT: John Donnelly
202-224-4543

Brown Calls For Protection Of Religious Liberty

Washington, DC - U.S. Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) issued the following statement on the Department of Health and Human Services mandate under the 2010 health care law that religious organizations either participate in health care plans that violate their religious beliefs or face punitive fines:

"One of our most cherished liberties is freedom of religion. Like Ted Kennedy before me, I support a conscience exemption for religious organizations in health care. No one should be forced by government to violate the teachings of their faith. I encourage President Obama to re-examine his health care law and make sure no one is being forced to do something that is contrary to their religious beliefs."

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MCFL: News on Fr Pavone. Sen. Brown votes right.

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Dec 08, 2011 at 14:15:45 PM EST

Ernie Ohlhoff, Director of Outreach for National Right to Life, sent us this update:

"This email is offered in response to a number of questions I have received regarding the status of Fr. Frank Pavone and Priests for Life. Over the past two weeks I have had several discussions with Fr. Frank Pavone and other Priests for Life staff. The following is the most current information which I have received concerning the present status of Priests for Life and Fr. Frank Pavone:

1.    Priests for Life is fully functional. All staff and services are continuing to function.
2.    Fr. Frank Pavone is staying at a convent in Amarillo and offers daily Mass for the Franciscan Sisters.
3.    Fr. Frank continues to be the National Director of Priests for Life but he is not traveling at this time.
4.    Fr. Frank can be contacted by email at nd@priestsforlife.org."

President Obama nominated Caitlin Halligan, who has been called radical by social issues conservatives, to fill the open seat on the DC Circuit Court which has not been filled since Chief Justice John Roberts was confirmed to the Supreme Court in 2005.  

The D.C. Circuit has jurisdiction over constitutional challenges and contentious decisions by federal government agencies and is a stepping-stone to the Supreme Court.    

Halligan filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court arguing that pro-life protestors were actually engaging in extortion. The court rejected that legal theory 8-1. (NB Not only is she radical, but not very competent)

She would have been dangerous on the court. The effect of Sen. Brown's Dec 6th vote against closure is that Halligan will not receive the appointment. Again, thanks to Sen. Brown for blocking another problem judge. Anne

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MCFL: Pro-Life victory on "minibus" bill in U S Senate

by: MCFL Press Release

Fri Nov 18, 2011 at 00:32:49 AM EST

Thanks to all of you who called Senator Brown's office.

Since Harry Reid was trying to combine three appropriation bill into one, the bill, which included seven pro-abortion provisions, required unanimous consent to proceed.

Republican Senators David Vitter, Louisiana, Jim DeMint, South Carolina, Rand Paul, Kentucky, Mike Lee, Utah and others prevented the bill from proceeding.

That means the Senate will vote on the House version which does not contain any of the dangerous pro-abortion provisions.

Doug Johnson, lobbyist for National Right to Life, warned, however, that there are likely to be further attempts by the Senate Democratic leadership to attach pro-abortion provisions to various funding bills for the rest of the year.

"We'll be keeping a hawk-like gaze on all of these appropriations bills," Johnson said.

Many of you have told me you called Senator Brown's office. Good for you - and thanks! Anne

Breaking: (you won't read it in the MSM). An investigation by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), into the Obama Administration's use of $18 million in taxpayer funds to provide funding for a group pushing legalized abortion in Kenya finds the administration broke the law.

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MCFL: Call Senator Brown today

by: MCFL Press Release

Thu Nov 10, 2011 at 13:50:05 PM EST

The U. S. Senate is expected to vote as soon as Thursday, but more likely next week, on the second omnibus bill that contains the State/Foreign Operations, Energy and Water, and Financial Services appropriations measures. Four amendments are expected which will help deter the federal government from financing abortions and the abortion industry.

1) Sen. Orrin Hatch, Utah, will offer a pro-life amendment to strike language in the bill sponsored by Sen. Lautenberg, N. J., that prohibits any future presidential administration from reinstituting the Mexico City Policy that Obama removed by executive order during his first week in office. Support Hatch Amendment to remove Lautenberg language.

2) Sen. Mike Johanns of Nebraska is floating an amendment to negate language in the minibus bill that would remove the current Dornan Amendment - the D.C. Hyde Amendment, which prevents taxpayers from being forced to pay for abortions in the District of Columbia. Support Johanns Amendment to restore Dornan Amendment.

3) Sen. Roger Wicker, Mississippi, has an amendment to totally de-fund the UNFPA via the omnibus bill. The House had cut funding from Obama's $55 million to $40 million. Support Wicker Amendment.

4) Sen. Tom Coburn, Oklahoma, is sponsoring an amendment which would restore the ban on coverage of elective abortions in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program. Support Coburn Amendment.

CALL SEN. BROWN, 202-224-4543. URGE HIM TO VOTE PRO-LIFE. TELL HIM TO VOTE AGAINST THE ENTIRE MINIBUS BILL IF THE AMENDMANTS ARE NOT APPROVED.

When you call, you are asking for the four items in bold. National Right to Life called the current Senate version a "cluster bomb of pro-abortion provisions" (see MCFL email of Nov 2). I want to thank our friend, Steve Ertelt at Life News for the recent analysis.

Please make your call now, 202-224-4543! Anne

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MCFL: Very important call to Sen. Brown!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Nov 02, 2011 at 12:52:38 PM EDT

Yesterday afternoon, HR 2354 was proposed. National Right to Life calls it a "cluster-bomb of pro-abortion provisions". When you read their information below, you will see how dangerous this legislation would be. Please call Sen. Brown immediately - 202-224-4543 - Urge him to oppose HR 2354. This is top priority. Thank you! Anne

HR 2354 would repeal or weaken pro-life policies:

1.  The "Lautenberg Amendment," on pp. 479-80, added by the Appropriations Committee, would prohibit any future president from diverting U.S. population assistance funds away from overseas groups that perform and actively promote abortion.

2.  Language (on page 225) would effectively repeal the "D.C. Hyde Amendment," which was restored as part of the negotiated FY 2011 continuing resolution, replacing it with the previous meaningless language that guarantees a resumption of government-funded abortion on demand in the Federal District.

3.  The bill omits (and would therefore repeal) the ban on coverage of elective abortion in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program.  This pro-life policy has been in effect, with one brief interruption, for over 25 years. The result of the minibus language would be direct federal funding of health plans that cover abortion on demand for millions of federal employees and their dependants, including Members of Congress and congressional staff.

4.  Language that weakens the longstanding restriction on funding of abortions by the Peace Corps (page 265).

In addition, the bill contains these additional objectionable and/or questionable elements:

5.  It sets funding for population assistance at "not less than $700 million" (p. 391). while the House bill provides for not more than $461 million.  The Obama Administration has turned this program into an engine for promotion of abortion.

6.  Report language on one of the component committee-reported bills, S. 1601, specifies that the UNFPA shall receive $40 million; the House bill would defund UNFPA.  As you know, the UNFPA is deeply involved in China's coercive population control program, which relies heavily on government-coerced abortions.  NRLC opposes funding for the UNFPA.

7.  The bill would make changes to the longstanding abortion-related restrictions sometimes referred to loosely as the "Helms language."  It does not appear that these changes are of great consequence, but we see no need for them and the reasoning behind them is unclear.

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MCFL: Elizabeth Warren, favorite of Emily's List

by: MCFL Press Release

Sun Oct 09, 2011 at 18:15:58 PM EDT

Even before she announced that she was running for the Democratic nomination against Sen. Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren received the endorsement of Emily's List, which endorses, and bundles money for, only the most pro-abortion of women. They will touch a male candidate only if he is running against a staunch pro-life incumbent. In January of 2010 E.L. bundled at least $5,000,000 for Martha Coakley. As you would expect, Warren is top-tier pro-abortion.

At the Harvard Law School graduation last spring, the student speaker talked about his classmates knowing what is best for people and urged them to get in positions where they can regulate the lives of others - since they know best. I could just see Elizabeth Warren as the ventriloquist looming large behind him as he spoke. This is how George Will describes her.  

So many people, most recently leaders of the Tea Party, are making negative noises about Senator Brown.  I must remind you that we all worked very for Scott because we knew he would vote against abortion funding in all areas, and against Obamacare. He has voted as he promised and also cast some excellent judicial votes.

The right-to-life vote is a real political powerhouse because we stick to our issue exclusively and are 100% loyal to our incumbents.

Be un-PC. Enjoy Columbus Day Weekend. Anne

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MCFL: Sen. Brown's bill banning embryo patenting becomes law

by: MCFL Press Release

Fri Sep 23, 2011 at 15:02:03 PM EDT

On Sept 16, President Obama signed the America Invents Act which restricts the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office from issuing a patent on a "human organism."

The new law makes permanent a ban on embryo patenting that has been approved yearly since 2004.

"This law recognizes that human life is not a commodity, and that a member of the human family can never be regarded as a mere invention, or as 'intellectual property,'" said Douglas Johnson, the National Right to Life Committee's legislative director.

Richard Doerflinger, pro-life specialist for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said, "Unethical researchers and biotechnology companies are willing not only to create and destroy embryonic human beings for research purposes, but even to patent these fellow humans so they can license, market, buy, and sell them as mere commodities. By prohibiting patents on human organisms, Congress has helped prevent such gross abuses and has taken some of the profit motive out of the drive for human cloning."

Senator Scott Brown was one of the five sponsors of this pro-life legislation.

This makes the slippery slope a little less slippery. An email thank you seems well-deserved!

Thanks, Anne

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MCFL: Our candidate wins in 12th Bristol!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Sep 21, 2011 at 11:41:00 AM EDT

Keiko Orrall, who was backed by the MCFL State PAC, won the special election for State Representative.   The seat had been held by the opposition party for 30 years and her opponent had strong union backing.

Madeline McComish reports that the PAC made 800 phone calls and mailed to 800 plus households. She asked me to thank all of you who voted and those who contacted people in the district. The difference was less than 300 votes! Keiko will be another State House vote to protect life.

I thought you might enjoy the report from the State House News. Anne

GOP'S ORRALL TAKES HOUSE SEAT LONG HELD BY DEMOCRATS

By Kyle Cheney
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, SEPT. 21, 2011.....Buoyed by strong turnout in her hometown of Lakeville, Keiko Orrall, a Republican and former member of the community's finance committee, won a special election to the Massachusetts House, flipping the 12th Bristol seat from Democratic control for the first time in more than 30 years.

Orrall defeated Roger Brunelle, a Middleborough Democrat with strong labor backing, capturing an estimated 54 percent of the vote in a special election to fill the 12th Bristol seat vacated in June by Stephen Canessa, a New Bedford Democrat who left to take a post at Southcoast Health Systems.

Voters in Lakeville, a community of about 10,000 residents, turned out in greater numbers than nearby New Bedford precincts, choosing Orrall by a three-to-one margin. Brunelle won New Bedford handily but the small turnout, less than 11 percent, helped propel Orrall to victory. In addition to New Bedford and Lakeville, the district includes portions of Freetown, Taunton and Middleborough.

Overall Orrall won 2,135 votes to Brunelle's 1,761, according to unofficial returns. Sen. Scott Brown endorsed her candidacy during the campaign.

Read the rest:

http://www.statehousenews.com

Also here:
http://news.bostonherald.com/n...

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MCFL: Scary correction

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed May 18, 2011 at 20:21:36 PM EDT

I am sorry!  I was in such a hurry to get the information to you, that I called Goodwin Liu "Gordon" by mistake.

It is still every bit as important!  Please call Sen. Brown to urge him to vote against cloture on the Goodwin Liu nomination.

Sen Brown, 202-224-4543  Thanks again!  Anne

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MCFL: Scary vote in US Senate tomorrow - you need to call!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed May 18, 2011 at 20:20:13 PM EDT

Tomorrow, Harry Reid plans to vote on a very scary judicial appointment!

Gordon Liu is a favorite of NARAL (advertised all over their home page).  He is nominated for the U. S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit.  It is the most liberal in the country (California and neighborhood).  Folks who know say Liu would be the left-most member.

We are very concerned because Lui advocates deferring to foreign law.  That would enshrine abortion in a way that it could not be outlawed - ever.

Our concern is cloture.  If there is a vote, Liu will be confirmed, so we must have Sen. Brown vote against cloture!

We must all call Senator Brown to urge him to VOTE AGAINST CLOTURE ON LIU.  The vote against cloture will be counted by the movement!  (202) 224-4543

This is a case where your call can make a real difference.  Thanks!  Anne

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MCFL: What did Senator Brown say about Planned Parenthood, if anything?

by: MCFL Press Release

Tue Mar 22, 2011 at 22:29:28 PM EDT

The main stream media "reports" that Sen. Brown has come out in favor of funding Planned Parenthood.  That is not actually what he said.

"I support family planning and health services for women. Given our severe budget problems, I don't believe any area of the budget is completely immune from cuts. However, the proposal to eliminate all funding for family planning goes too far. As we continue with our budget negotiations, I hope we can find a compromise that is reasonable and appropriate."

The reporting has confused the provision of H.R. 1 that zeroes out Title X for the rest of the fiscal year (on which MCFL has taken no position), with the Pence Amendment, which does NOT reduce funding for Title X but which denies federal funding, from any program, for PPFA and its affiliates.  Brown clearly expressed disagreement with the former provision, but he made no comment on the Pence Amendment.

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MCFL: "Flash Mob" and visiting Sen. Brown's local office

by: MCFL Press Release

Sun Mar 20, 2011 at 21:21:02 PM EDT

To report the way the media reports on our events:  "Two groups rallied Saturday on Boston Common.  The event was organized by Planned Parenthood to allow them to keep receiving tax funds.  The opposition, representing the citizens of the Commonwealth, carried signs opposed to funding.  One such sign read, 'Our Choice, Our Money, Defund Planned Parenthood'.   The pro funding group has held rallies in various parts of the country where they have attracted similar opposition."

Actually, the Herald article did give our people pretty equal space with a good quote by Eric Anthony.  John Curry took these wonderful pictures.

Sen. Brown's local office is reporting that they are deluged with visits from supporters of abortion funding and funding PP.

You know, Cong. Chris Smith's bill, HR 3, would remove all government funding for abortion.  That is terribly important and, along with repealing Obamacare, our very top priority.  Officially, Planned parenthood is not allowed to use its Title X funds for abortion.

It is extremely important that we visit the local office in support of HR 3 and of defunding Planned Parenthood!   Please make an appointment ASAP!

John F. Kennedy Federal Building, Suite 2400
15 New Sudbury Street
Boston, MA 02203
Voice: 617-565-3170
FAX: 617-723-7325

Thanks for making the effort!  Anne

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MCFL: How did Sen. Brown vote on Continuing Resolutions?

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Mar 09, 2011 at 22:01:37 PM EST

SEN. BROWN VOTED RIGHT ON THE HOUSE AND SEATE VERSIONS OF THE CONTINUING RESOLUTION!

The senate just voted on House bill, H.R. 1, the long-term Continuing Resolution approved by the House in February that contains the Pence Amendment, reinstates the Mexico City Policy, stops abortion funding in the District of Columbia, and de-funds the UNFPA.  The vote was 44-56.

After defeating the pro-life House bill, senators also defeated the Senate-sponsored long-term budget bill, which included none of the pro-life provisions, 42-58.

Senator Brown voted for the pro-life House version and against the anti-life Senate version.  The votes were mostly along party lines, but some Republicans voted against us.

Please call in your thanks immediately!  (202) 224-4543

It would have been wonderful to pass the House version, but it is very exciting for Sen. Brown to maintain his 100% pro-life voting record!

Thank you for all the work you have done on this!  Anne

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MCFL: Senate Repeal Obamacare vote Wed, Feb 2nd

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Feb 02, 2011 at 11:56:17 AM EST

It looks as though Harry Reid will allow a vote on Wednesday!

Of course, we know that Senator Scott Brown will vote for repeal.  It would be good to call him to thank him pre-emptively for his expected vote.

He has been in the "Kennedy Office", which those of you who have been down know is palatial.  It looks as though Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell would like that office and will move in any day, so this may be our last chance to call Scott at this number in the palace.

Please call right now, (617) 565-3170 or (202) 224-4543.  This will count as your "thank-you" call, also.

Thanks, Anne

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MCFL: Major pro-life victory today!

by: MCFL Press Release

Wed Dec 22, 2010 at 16:41:17 PM EST

The U. S. Senate passed this morning, Dec 22, the Department of Defense funding bill without a change in the policy that prohibits military base abortions, having removed the Burris Amendment which would have permitted abortions in both domestic and overseas military facilities. President Obama is expected to sign it into law.

This victory should keep the ban on abortions at military base hospitals in place for years to come because of the make-up of the new Congress.

People in D. C. consider this a highly significant legislative victory!

Senator Scott Brown voted correctly, as he promised he would - so he deserves to be thanked!  I know some of you take exception with various other votes he has cast recently.  If you wish to express displeasure about those, please do so separately after you have thanked him for this vote.

Please call right now to say "thank you", (617) 565-3170 or (202) 224-4543.

This is wonderful news!  Let's enjoy it.  Anne

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MCFL: Thank Sen. Brown for his vote!

by: MCFL Press Release

Fri Dec 10, 2010 at 00:00:00 AM EST

As expected, Harry Reid tried to bring up the Defense Appropriations Act for a vote.  It still includes the Burris Amendment, which requires tax funding of abortion in military facilities.

Senator Brown voted against cloture, thus keeping the Burris Amendment, which would have passed, from a vote.

Senator Brown deserves our profound thanks!

Please call right now, (617) 565-3170 or (202) 224-4543.

This is just the opening shot from wily Harry.  We will need Scott to keep voting the way he has.  Thank you for your vigilance and prompt action!  Anne

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