The Minnesota state legislature proposed a bill that would remove all health care funding for any group that even refers patients for abortions.
Both bills are expected to be vetoed by the governor.
Minnesota passes two more reproductive health restrictions out of committee.
A group of scientists send a letter stating that there is no “consenus” in the scientific world that fetuses feel pain at 20 weeks.
The state Republicans propose one of the most restrictive parental consent to health care laws in the country.
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.
Minnesota’s attempt at an unconstitutional abortion ban passed out of senate committee.
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.
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.
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.