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    December 7, 2012

    Senate Passes “Religious Liberty and Conscience Protection Act”; Abortion Facility Licensing Bill Awaits Senate Vote; Conscience Rights for Faith Based Adoption Agencies Passes Committee; Legislation Prohibiting Abortion in Health Care Plans Passes Senate; End of 2011-2012 Legislative Session Approaching

    November 30, 2012

    Your Voice is Needed on 3 Key Issues; Attend Lobby Day December 6th in Support of Pro-Life Legislation; Additional MCC Legislative Priorities

    November 9, 2012

    Romney Wins Catholic Vote in Michigan—National Catholic Vote to Obama; Republicans Maintain Smaller Majority in Michigan House of Representatives; 12 Members of Michigan Congressional Delegation Return to Washington 2 Michigan Supreme Court Justices Re-Elected, One Newcomer; State Board of Education Strengthens Democratic Majority; Proposal 5 Defeated as All Six Ballot Questions Fail; The Michigan Legislature Returns for Lame Duck Session, House Passes Indigent Defense Reform

    November 2, 2012

    MCC Election Message on Faithful Citizenship; Before Voting, Say a Prayer; 2/3 Tax Proposal is Harmful to Representative Democracy; Resources for Election 2012—Faithful Citizenship in Action

    October 26, 2012

    Form Your Conscience and Vote Your Values on November 6; Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron Speaks At Religious Freedom Rally; USCCB Defense of Marriage Chair Decries Latest DOMA Ruling.

    October 12, 2012

    MCC Joins Governor Snyder to Oppose Proposal 5; Oct. 14 Mass and Pilgrimage for Life and Liberty; Religious Freedom Rallies Scheduled for October 20

    October 5, 2012

    MCC Launches New Election Web Page; October is Respect Life Month; Poll Indicates Strong Support for Religious Liberty in the Provision of Public Services; Find the MCC on Social Media; Michigan Lawmakers Out Until November

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