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2019 Minnesota Legislative Session Recap

The 2019 Minnesota Legislative Session officially ended on Saturday, May 25. While Governor Walz and legislative leadership were able to agree on a broad budget framework, the contrast between the two legislative bodies in our state could not be more clear.

May 30, 2019

Planned Parenthood Begins Construction on New Health Center in Uptown

Planned Parenthood North Central States (PPNCS) broke ground on a new state-of-the-art health center. Joined by Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, many of Planned Parenthood’s most generous and dedicated donors, and dozens of Planned Parenthood health care providers—the gathering celebrated the expansion of health care and education that will serve three times as many patients in the heart of Minneapolis.

May 22, 2019

#StopTheBans Day of Action in Minnesota

On May 21, more than 1,000 activists protested the extreme abortion bans across the country at Minnesota State Capitol. Activists rallied in all 50 states as a part of a national STOP THE BANS day of action. The stakes couldn’t be higher for the 2020 election—we must ensure Minnesotans can continue to get the reproductive health care they need, including access to safe, legal abortion.

May 22, 2019

Sex Ed For All: Youth Power, Information, and Rights Month

As the nation’s largest provider of sex education, Planned Parenthood is committed to helping young people stay safe and healthy, working every day to make sure young people get developmentally appropriate, LGBTQ-inclusive information, skills, and answers to their questions about sex and relationships, without shame or judgment.

May 9, 2019

Holding Vice President Pence Accountable: All Minnesotans Deserve Health Care

The Trump-Pence administration continues, time and again, to make matters worse for those Americans who already have fewer resources and more obstacles to health and prosperity. 

May 9, 2019

Minnesota House and Senate Health and Human Services Omnibus Bills Show Stark Contrast on Reproductive Health

Unfortunately, the Republican-controlled Minnesota Senate has refused to even consider bills that would ensure that birth control is affordable and accessible for all. Instead, Republican lawmakers have prioritized unconstitutional abortion bans, funding for fake women’s health clinics and health care cuts, none of which will help Minnesotans get the health care they need to plan for their health and families.

May 7, 2019

National Nurses Week - Laura

"Planned Parenthood nurses really care about women and care about families, and I think that shows in how we take care of patients. This isn’t just a job for us."

May 6, 2019

National Nurses Week - Paula

"I feel very strongly about every child being a wanted child, strongly about women’s access to reproductive health care. I’m a feminist and I believe that women need control of their fertility to fully participate in society."

May 6, 2019

National Nurses Week - Katy

"I work at Planned Parenthood because I believe so strongly in educating and supporting women and men in their choices regarding reproductive health."

May 6, 2019