Since last year’s bill was unsuccessful, the party wants to put it on the ballot.
The closing of Regions Hospital’s GYN Special Services Clinic means there are now no hospitals that perform elective abortions.
The groups are afraid they will be forced to provide contraception coverage to their employees.
The state performed seven percent less abortions in 2010 than 2009.
There is an agreement on the table to get the Minnesota state government running again. But is abortion politics going to kill the deal?
The state may never have gotten a budget written, but at least the legislature passed their pet abortion laws.
The Republicans are scoring yet another victory on their war on contraception, as Title X funding cuts cause multiple Planned Parenthood clinics in Minnesota to shut down.
Governor Mark Dayton vetoed a bill to ban abortions after 20 week as well as a ban on tax payer funding of abortions.
As Minnesota debates banning funding for abortions for low-income women, one legislator asks if he can opt out of having his tax dollars go to mortgage interest deductions on second homes.
The Democratic governor of Minnesota is assumed to be vetoing all abortion legislation in the House and Senate, but will his veto hold?