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When Your Anti-Choice Candidate Isn’t Anti-Choice Enough

Anti-abortion lawyer Teresa Collett has some impressive anti-choice credentials.  So how is one candidate complaining she’s not “anti-abortion” enough?

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Minnesota Anti-Choice Group Pulls Endorsement Over Health Care Reform

Like all the anti-abortion groups, MCCL is now pulling allegence from anti-choice Democrats to put party loyalty over their missions.

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Election 2010: Minnesota Candidate Thinks Rape Victims Should Pay Rape Kit Costs

Should the state put someone who tried to make rape victims pay for part of their rape kits in charge of a domestic assault recovery program?

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Could Minnesota Be Next To Lose Family Planning Funds?

Should an extreme anti-choice governor win his race, it may only be a matter of time before Minnesota faces the same crisis in family planning that New Jersey faces.

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Back To School: School Based Health Clinics Can Be a Model of Quiet Success

Usually we only hear negatives about schools that provide reproductive care, but in some cases schools have been offering services for decades to little protest.

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Texting to Prevent STIs: Can It Work?

A Minnesota hotline is being set up to text STD info to interested parties.  But will it be more successful than texting birth control reminders has been?

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Back To School: The Politics of Sex Education in the States

A roundup of sex ed news as students across the country head back into the classroom.

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A Minnesota Court Decision Shows Every Woman Has the Right to Choose

Healthcare reform is leading to an increase in the number low-income women who will struggle to get abortions.  Luckily, in Minnesota we have already fixed that problem.

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Minnesota Faces Crisis of Sexually Transmitted Infections

To say that Minnesota is in a state of crisis when it comes to sexually transmitted infections is like saying sure, it gets a little cold here in the winter.

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Minn. Legislators Inject Abortion Politics Into Medical Assistance Program That Does Not Fund Abortions

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.

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