Radical bills in the State House could become law - and good ones could get squashed!
Legislature has until March 15 to decide if bills get sent to floor -- or killed.
The homosexual lobby, Planned Parenthood, and other radical groups have
targeted the Massachusetts Legislature. They see this year to their big
opportunity to ride the same-sex "marriage" momentum and dismantle the moral
laws of society. Plus, they want to legally force their will on all
Massachusetts schoolchildren. And this year, there is big money behind their
push. For example, the homosexual lobby group "MassEquality" has raised $2.8
million to change YOUR laws! And Planned Parenthood considers this their major
effort of the year. This is serious.
In the past there has always been at least one leader on Beacon Hill willing
to stand in the way of the lunatic fringe. For years, it was Senate President
Billy Bulger, and later House Speaker Tom Finneran. Say what you will about
these guys, but at least they were willing to discreetly derail such attempts
at legislation to dismantle society.
But now, both of them are gone. In their place are Senate President Robert
Travaglini and Speaker Sal DiMasi -- both very public supporters of the homosexual
movement. (And Gov. Mitt Romney doesn't have enough Republicans to sustain a
The bills below are in either the
Committee or Judiciary Committee. These committees have until March 15 to
meet in an "executive session" and either "kill" the bills or send them forward
to the entire legislature. They must hear from you, especially the chairmen.
**** GOOD BILLS - must NOT be killed in committee ****
H1050 [Education Committee] -- Opt-in / parental rights in education for sex
ed/homosex ed. The gay movement's (and Planned Parenthood's) worst nightmare: Parents having the right to decide what their kids are taught. Read more about H1050 here.
H652 [Judiciary Committee] -- Bill of Address to
constitutionally remove four oppressive judges who illegally imposed same-sex
"marriage" on Massachusetts
S316 [Education Committee] -- School surveys. Would have parents opt in their children for
H654 [Judiciary Committee] -- Legal nullification of same-sex "marriages"
performed since May
H653: [Judiciary Committee] -- This bill would officially -- in
law -- define marriage as one man and one woman, with no civil unions allowed.
Unfortunately, soon after we filed it, the House Counsel refused to allow it to
be a bill -- and (illegally, we believe) changed the format to make it a
"constitutional amendment" instead!
**** BAD BILLS - must be defeated: ****
H1641 / S102 [Education Committee] -- Mandatory broad sex ed / homosex ed as part of
curriculum frameworks, as graduation requirement! Essentially, the end of
parents, rights in the public schools.
for more on H1641.
H1011 [Education Committee] -- "Trojan horse" parents rights bill, appears to recognize
parental rights in sex ed, but in fact allows school principal to override
H1079 [Education Committee] -- More gay "health" and emotional pop-psychology in schools. Health education in schools to require "emotional
development," "AIDS/HIV prevention education"
H977 / S967 [Judiciary Committee] -- Would "officially" legalize homosexual marriage (NOTE: the
gay lobby apparently realizes that the SJC decision did not
actually change any law. Thus, they want to make it
"official" law -- which it ISN'T now!)
H806 and S835 [Judiciary Committee] -- Out-of state homosexual marriage in Mass. Would repeal laws banning non-residents
from marrying in Mass (Ch 207, secs. 11,12; S835 also
includes secs. 13, 50). A big goal of the national
homosexual movement. This would help them destabilize
marriage laws in other states by allowing them to get
"married" in Massachusetts and forcing their home states to
H819 [Judiciary Committee] -- Decriminalize bestiality, sodomy, and other perversions. Repeal of sections of Ch 272.
Would repeal the law against bestiality -- also laws against
sodomy, "unnatural and lascivious acts", and other things. Part of the homosexual movement's ongoing attempt to
erase all morality from the legal system.
These are other versions of H819 above -- apparently to
attempt to accomplish the same thing in stages, rather than all at
H818 [Judiciary Committee] -- Would overturn laws against fornication, human-
human sodomy, and "unnatural and lascivious acts," but keep
bestiality a crime
H976 [Judiciary Committee] -- Would overturn law against human-to-human sodomy
and "unnatural and lascivious acts," but keep bestiality a
S938 [Judiciary Committee] -- Would overturn law against human-to-human sodomy,
and reduce penalties for bestiality crimes