Tag Archives: Massachusetts

CCWfC statement regarding Nathan Nickerson III’s post shared on our Facebook page

The terrorist attack at our Capitol was abhorrent. That sacred building was damaged in the rampage, a police officer was killed and others injured. Members of Congress’ lives were threatened and endangered. The work of our Government was interrupted. What a horrific day.

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TELL YOUR LEGISLATOR TO OVERRIDE BAKER’S VETO ON THE ROE BILL! Before we thank our legislators and celebrate 2021, we must take one more action

This isn’t the ROE Act we started with January 2019, but it’s a start, and it will protect services if/when ROE is chipped away or overturned by the current SCOTUS. Please take this action first thing Monday morning! Grab a coffee and click to send or click to call!

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Charlie Baker is putting women’s reproductive rights in danger, please use your voice now!

Our governor is putting women’s rights at risk, despite the overwhelming support of our legislature and the will of the majority in Massachusetts. If you’ve been following the updates to our posts you know his actions have been swift, and clever. Our legislature MUST PASS ABORTION PROTECTIONS FOR WOMEN. We know that SCOTUS will either overturn Roe v. Wade, or at least chip away at it’s protections.

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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.

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ENDORSEMENT: Kip Diggs for 2nd Barnstable State Representative

“Women’s health should be decided and controlled by women, not by legislation.” Kipp Diggs Our leadership team met with Kip Diggs (via Zoom) and we are excited to endorse Kip Diggs for State Representative for 2nd Barnstable District. Kip will be an ally for women and families, and understands and supports the issues important to us. On The Roe Act

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ENDORSEMENT: Julian Cyr Cape and Islands State Senator

Photo: Our bus trip to the State House in January 2020, meeting with Senator Cyr “The Roe Act is about continuing to make sure that we safeguard a woman’s ability to access reproductive health care and a woman’s right to choose in an increasingly hostile federal environment. We want to make it clear that we will continue to protect these

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ENDORSEMENT: Josh Mason for 1st Barnstable State Representative

In the 1st Barnstable District, we have the opportunity to elect a candidate who fully supports women’s rights and the legislation we have been advocating for during this legislative session. Josh Mason is fully committed to supporting women’s reproductive rights and the legislation we have been advocating on Beacon Hill. Cape Cod Women for Change endorses his candidacy. “Our community

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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.

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UPDATE! It’s not too late to add your voice- please email letters of support to protect abortion access in MA!

If you haven’t yet, please send a letter this weekend: A hearing has been scheduled for June 17, your letters of support are needed this week. PLEASE, USE YOUR VOICE A hearing on the ROE Act has been scheduled and the Catholic, MA GOP and anti-choice opposition are mobilizing their armies. We need to ACT to protect abortion access in

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