United States Senator Tina Smith will be a powerful, moving force for justice and continue her life’s work to improve people’s lives. In every position Senator Smith has held – she has brought her strategic leadership, her finely honed negotiating skills, her business acumen and her passion for women’s health and rights – and we are all better for it.
Why Progressive Candidates Seek Endorsement from the Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund
When the Action Fund backs a candidate, voters – especially young women – know they can trust that candidate to protect and promote their health and rights.
Nothing worth fighting for comes easy. But together, we're a force to be reckoned with. Here are 6 things you can to do to help Planned Parenthood and fight for a better 2018.
2017 was tough, but together, we stood strong. Together, we kept working to making sure that Planned Parenthood health centers will be there wherever and whenever they are needed, no matter what. Together, we're going to make even more progress in 2018. As we look ahead to next year, let's take a look back at how Minnesota activists stood up, spoke out, and fought back in 2017.
Let’s face it: health insurance is confusing, but you don’t have to figure it out alone. You can even get free, in-person help signing up and picking a plan at Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood applauds Governor Dayton’s decision to appoint Lt. Governor Tina Smith to the United States Senate
As United States Senator Tina Smith will be a powerful, moving force for justice and she’ll continue her life’s work to improve people’s lives.
A firm believer in acupuncture and other alternative treatments, Mark went without health insurance for several years. For Mark, living without a safety net was better than spending money on coverage he didn’t think he would use. Yet when the Affordable Care Act passed, Mark knew he would have to get insurance to avoid a mess at tax time.
“I am very happy with my coverage. And I’m very relieved.”