2020 Issues and Actions

MA Residents: How did your State Rep vote on the ROE Amendment?

For almost two years now, we have been supporting and asking you to help advocate for, the ROE Act. We joined a coalition of organizations state-wide and began supporting the act before it was official filed in January 2018. We all, you included, have been contacting committee leaders as it made its way through the legislative process, and our legislators when the time came.

Abortion Access

Facts vs. Myths in today’s abortion rhetoric

The Massachusetts ROE Act has been stalled in the Joint Judicial Committee. The MA Catholic leadership has been urging their congregations to contact legislators to voice opposition, and our legislators have been receiving those messages. We ask each of you to contact your state legislators to insist this bill be moved out of committee and onto the floor of the legislature for a vote. The current legislative session continues, and despite that it’s “election season” we must insist the ROE Act is PASSED now.

Coronavirus News and Information

Calls to Action, Use Your Voice!

Facts vs. Myths in today’s abortion rhetoric

The Massachusetts ROE Act has been stalled in the Joint Judicial Committee. The MA Catholic leadership has been urging their congregations to contact legislators to voice opposition, and our legislators have been receiving those messages. We ask each of you to contact your state legislators to insist this bill be moved out of committee and onto the floor of the legislature for a vote. The current legislative session continues, and despite that it’s “election season” we must insist the ROE Act is PASSED now.

MID-TERM ELECTION 2018

Why We Will Win.

There is only one thing I can thank Donald Trump for. Without him, I would not have met hundreds of amazing people from across Cape Cod, from across MA, and indeed, from all across the country. All of them with a single-minded, laser focus on one thing: stopping this nightmare. The nightmare didn’t begin in 2016 and it will not end in 2018 or 2020. We aren’t naïve; we know this.

2018 Mid-term Election Candidates