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Tell Your Legislators to Pass the PRO Act

18 cases threatening Roe v. Wade are one step away from the Supreme Court. And just this year, Minnesota legislators have introduced four bills to ban abortion. Now is the time to protect reproductive freedom in Minnesota.

Why do we need the Protect Reproductive Options act?

Establishes Rights

Establishes the right to make decisions about reproductive health care, including contraception, abortion, and pregnancy

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Prevents Interference

Prevents politicians from interfering in reproductive health care decisions

Recognizes Privacy

Recognizes a fundamental right to privacy for personal reproductive health decisions

Prevents Discrimination

Prevents the state from discriminating against Minnesotans who exercise their fundamental reproductive rights

These legislators oppose safe, legal abortion and birth control access. They need to hear from you.

Sen. Warren Limmer, in black and white, opposes safe, legal abortion

Sen. Warren Limmer

Sen. Karin Housley in black and white. She opposes safe, legal abortion.

Sen. Karin Housley

Sen. David Senjem in black and white. He opposes safe, legal abortion.

Sen. David Senjem

Sen. Carla Nelson in black and white. She opposes safe, legal abortion.

Sen. Carla Nelson

Sen. Roger Chamberlain in black and white. He opposes safe, legal abortion.

Sen. Roger Chamberlain

Rep. Susan Akland in black and white. She opposes safe, legal abortion.

Rep. Susan Akland

Sources

Voting records of Limmer, Housley, Senjem, Nelson, Chamberlain | On abortion: Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, 2018 Legislative Accountability Ratings. On birth control: Amendment to SF 3656. 4/26/18. Senate Journal p. 8453. Voting record of Akland on birth control: Vote against HF 520, 2/10/21. Minnesota House Minutes Photos: Minnesota Senate Republicans / CC 2.0. Cropped and grey scale.