In Minnesota, low-income women will continue to be able to have insurance coverage for medically necessary abortions thanks to a recent ruling.
Two states buck the flow of bad legislation by fighting off anti-choice bills in their legislatures.
Anti-choice activists are trying to eliminate the right to choose, and are willing to destroy the state health care exchange in the process.
As a judge considers whether to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Medicaid coverage of abortions, the Center for Reproductive Rights steps in to help with the fight.
Doe v. Gomez makes abortion a right regardless of a woman’s ability to pay. Minnesota’s anti-choice community wants to end that.
A frivolous lawsuit could never make it to trial if the state has its way.
A new suit on behalf of Minnesota “taxpayers,” alleges the state has been misauthorizing funding for poor women seeking pregnancy terminations.
Since last year’s bill was unsuccessful, the party wants to put it on the ballot.
Minnesota passes two more reproductive health restrictions out of committee.
Right now, women in Minnesota are protected by state law if Roe v. Wade is ever overturned. But anti-choice legislators are aiming to change that.