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5 Things to Know About MNsure and Obamacare

You fought for health care, now get enrolled. Starting November 1, you can sign up for affordable health insurance. The last day to sign up is January 14, 2018—and Planned Parenthood can even help.

Dec. 14, 2017

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.

Dec. 13, 2017

Attacks on Reproductive Health and Rights in Minnesota in 2017

From the federal to the state level, attacks on women’s health and rights have been the centerpiece to the Trump Administration’s war on women. These attacks disproportionately harm women of color, undocumented women, LGBTQ+ folks, and low-income earning women.  

Dec. 12, 2017

Peace of Mind, Meet Affordability: Mark's MNsure Story

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.

Dec. 12, 2017

Penelope's MNsure Story

“I am very happy with my coverage. And I’m very relieved.”

Dec. 10, 2017

The Perfect Plan: Kelli's MNsure Story

When Kelli first starting looking for a new health insurance plan in 2013, she was overwhelmed by the huge number of plans available on the MNsure website. She thought, Somebody has got to help me with this!

Dec. 8, 2017

#FIGHT4BIRTHCONTROL

The Trump Administration wants your ability to access birth control to be determined by your bosses’ beliefs. 

Dec. 6, 2017

Hannah’s MNsure Story

“We know that things are going to be covered and our baby’s going to be healthy.”            

Dec. 6, 2017

S.'s MNsure Story

“Having the flexibility to take a part time job that didn’t include insurance was really financially healthy for my family. I probably wouldn’t have taken it if I didn’t know that in January I would be able to access insurance.”

Dec. 4, 2017