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Planned Parenthood North Dakota Advocate

Founded in 1992, the Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. As the advocacy and political arm of PPMNS, we mobilize supporters of all parties to defend and increase access to family planning services and fact based, medically accurate sexuality education.

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Voices of care, education, and activism in North Dakota.

Planned Parenthood patients and supporters from North Dakota have shared their stories about how their lives have been changed for the better — sometimes even saved — by a visit to a Planned Parenthood health center.

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Why Congress Must Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act to Uphold Reproductive Freedom

Abortion is legal, so why does it always feel like this is not the case? The reality for many Americans is that while abortion is indeed legal, it remains largely inaccessible. The Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) addresses this at the federal level.

Sept. 15, 2021

Threat to Abortion Enters New Era As Texas Bans Abortion Today

Texas Abortion Ban Opens the Door For Anti-Abortion Politicians in North Dakota to Follow

Sept. 1, 2021

North Dakotans Spoke Up for Comprehensive Sex Ed

Comprehensive sex education is proven to improve health, relationships, and decision-making. In fact, sex education saves lives. But during the 2021 legislative session, North Dakota politicians decided to attack funding for sex education programs and vital academic research.

With sex ed funding under attack, North Dakotans spoke up. Read what university students, professors, and sexual and reproductive health advocates had to say about why our state needs both academic freedom and access to sex education.

July 22, 2021