HF 2998 / SF 2644 would require that district and charter schools develop and implement a consent program for grades 8-12 to prevent and reduce incidences of sexual assault. This common-sense proposal allows schools to integrate information about consent, personal responsibility and healthy relationships into existing health programs.
The Minnesota House of Representatives’ Health and Human Services Reform Committee advanced HF 3194, which requires health care providers to offer patients the option of viewing an ultrasound prior to an abortion.
HF 2998 / SF 2644 would require the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to create “Choose Life” license plates, with proceeds going to Positive Alternative to Abortion grantees (i.e. crisis pregnancy centers).
HF 2792 / SF 3382 would ban abortion at the point of fertilization, confer personhood status on a fertilized egg, and makes performing an abortion a felony crime. Politicians have no business making health care decisions for Minnesota women.
HF 3194/SF 2849 would require providers to offer patients the option of viewing an ultrasound prior to an abortion. Doctors, not politicians, should determine the health care needs of patients.
The PAC Act (HF 3453 / SF 3101) will protect access to no-cost contraception from further attacks by the Trump Administration. Minnesotans deserve to control their own bodies, plan their families, and access the birth control method that is right for them, regardless of cost and free of political interference.
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This bill would cut off the state funding and federal funding that many women rely on in order to get basic reproductive health care like birth control, clinical breast exams, and cervical cancer screenings