Stung by the wave of state court cases consolidating marriage equality across the country, conservative groups in many states are now focusing on judicial elections to ensure the array of laws they’ve passed are upheld when challenged in state courts.
MCCL accuses a local clinic of breaking the law because the website isn’t clear enough for them.
Caught on tape, the Minnesota Congressman says what everyone all pretty much knew already.
According to the Minnesota anti-choice group, Peterson’s vote for the Affordable Care Act means he’s no longer eligible for their support.
The anti-choice group claims that the Positive Alternatives Act is convincing more women to have their babies versus have abortions. So why is the birth rate declining, too?
There is an agreement on the table to get the Minnesota state government running again. But is abortion politics going to kill the deal?
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.
Like all the anti-abortion groups, MCCL is now pulling allegence from anti-choice Democrats to put party loyalty over their missions.
An amendment to strip taxpayer funding for abortions nearly passes in Minnesota, even though the fund in question doesn’t pay for abortions at all.
Perhaps the most contentious political issue in the Minnesota Capitol remains abortion. And both proponents and opponents of a woman’s right to choose will be putting forward initiatives to advance their causes in the coming months.