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July 07, 2005

Massachusetts Governor denies funding of homosexual recruitment in government schools

From AgapePress:

The Massachusetts State Legislature recently approved two budget items that would have given $425,000 to the Governor's Commission for Gay and Lesbian Youth (GCGLY), a group that works with the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). However, after being flooded with phone calls and e-mails from angry taxpayers, Governor Mitt Romney vetoed the funding increase.

Among other things, the funding would have been used in support of homosexual clubs and pro-same-sex "marriage" assemblies in schools, and "suicide" and "violence" protection programs for homosexuals in public schools.

Brian Camenker, who heads the Article 8 Alliance, says his group's three-day campaign urging Romey to use the veto was a "great success."

"This is the first time in history, that I know of -- at least in the 15 years that I've been following this stuff -- that a governor has actually stood up and vetoed money publicly for the gay activists in the schools." Camenker notes. "This is a big deal."

The Massachusetts' government schools have been keeping these programs as clandestine as possible over the years to try to keep parents in the dark about these recruitment drives. But eventually their attempts have been exposed, sometimes by brave people who risk their freedom.

Kudos to the Article 8 Alliance for their work.

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 7, 2005 07:59 AM

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