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Minnesota Planned Parenthood Condemns Proposed “Gag Rule”

The Minnesota state legislature proposed a bill that would remove all health care funding for any group that even refers patients for abortions.

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Minnesota House Passes 20 Week Abortion, Public Funding For Abortion Bans

Both bills are expected to be vetoed by the governor.

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Minnesota Senate Committee Approves 20 Week Ban, Subsidized Abortion Elimination

Minnesota passes two more reproductive health restrictions out of committee.

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Scientists Send Letter to Minnesota Legislators Discrediting “Fetal Pain” Findings

A group of scientists send a letter stating that there is no “consenus” in the scientific world that fetuses feel pain at 20 weeks.

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Minnesota GOP Wants to Cut Off Teen Access to Health Care

The state Republicans propose one of the most restrictive parental consent to health care laws in the country.

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Minnesota, Indiana Push “Defund Planned Parenthood” State Initiatives

Since the national plan to defund the health care provider didn’t work, it looks like anti-choice activists will try doing it state by state instead.

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Minnesota Passes “Fetal Pain” Bill Out of Committee

Minnesota’s attempt at an unconstitutional abortion ban passed out of senate committee.

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Minnesota Considers Stripping Teens of All Health Decisions, Eliminating Judicial Bypass

Tucked into a bill proposed on Friday is a stipulation that teens cannot consent to any health procedure, removing access from abortion, birth control and STI screenings.

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(VIDEO) Witness in Fetal Pain Hearing Told By Committee Member That Baby Was “Viable”

A Minnesota Representative tells a woman testifying against the proposed fetal pain ban that she should have given birth, like Rick Santorum’s wife did.

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Minnesota’s Anti-Choice Community Proposes “Fetal Pain” Law As Vehicle for Anti-Abortion Legislation

Minnesota’s anti-choice community is hoping to pass a so-called “fetal pain” ban, relying on the fact that the state already offers anesthesia for late term abortions.

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