NewsTue May 20, 2008 - 12:15 pm EST
Massachusetts Senator Proposes Additional $300,000 for Pro-Homosexual Programs in Schools
By Mark Westen
BOSTON, May 20, 2008 (lifesitenews) - In what many consider a victory for the children of Massachusetts, a budget measure passed by the Massachusetts House of Representatives to increase its previous $500,000 funding of ‘gay friendly’ programs targeting school children to $750,000, was cut back by $200,000 by the Senate Ways and Means Committee. This partial cutback was the government’s response to a wave of public outrage which flooded the Committee from all over North America. MassResistance.org, the pro-family action centre for Massachusetts, was responsible for uncovering this story and making the public aware of the homosexual lobby’s attempt to acquire further state funding for their school based indoctrination programs. See full MassResistance coverage: http://www.massresistance.org/docs/govt08/budget/senate02.html
However, since then, in an attempt to overturn this partial victory, State Senator Dianne Wilkerson has filed a budget amendment to increase taxpayer funding for the pro-homosexual school programs by a whopping $300,000. MassResistance reports that the Senator is repaying a favour to the homosexual lobby for their support of her political campaign. The Senate vote on these amendments will occur on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
Unable to find pro-family support in the Senate, MassResistance has reported that Senator Wilkerson herself would have to withdraw the amendments to avoid what they consider to be a catastrophic misuse of state funds. MassResistance has asked that opponents of the funding contact the Senator to express their outrage over the proposed amendment.
See MassResistance coverage:
Senator Dianne Wilkerson
Room 312-C, State House, Boston, Massachusetts
Office: 617-722-1673 Office Fax: 617-722-1079
Email: [email protected]
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