On Thursday, March 26, more than 300 people converged on Park Tavern in St. Louis Park to bowl and celebrate a community that stands for reproductive justice. The Pro-Choice Resources Bowl-a-Thon isn’t just an event to raise money to support PCR’s work – though it certainly is that, as the 1,800+ donorswho helped us raise $90,000 will […]
In an article published by MinnPost, Karen Law of Pro-Choice Resources and Andrea Ledger of NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota explain the implications of current anti-choice bills making their way through committees in the Minnesota legislature. They concisely show how these bills target low-income people, and that these bills are merely precursors to ending legal abortion. […]
Click here to read the Pioneer Press’s article on legislation around abortion in Minnesota’s 2015 legislative session. Highlights include quotes from Pro-Choice Resources’ Karen Law and the executive director of the Women’s Health of Duluth Laurie Casey.
On the Anniversary of Roe v Wade, Jan 22, 1973, the Star Tribune published an article after making a visit to the Whole Women’s Health clinic in Minneapolis. The article discusses the current political landscape in Minnesota around abortion, issues of access in Minnesota and in other states, and includes some uncommon testimony from a […]
Former Grassroots Advocacy Coordinator Ho Nguyen’s article in MinnPost marking the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme court decision that deemed abortion a fundamental right under the United State constitution. Click here to read the whole article.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JANUARY 22, 2015 Contact: Karen Law – 612-865-8397 Andrea Ledger – 651-356-9358 Minnesota Reproductive Health Groups Condemn Anti-Choice Legislation Saint Paul, MN (January 22, 2015) — This morning, reproductive health advocates in Minnesota condemned efforts that would restrict women’s access to affordable abortion care. These efforts, which have been put forth by local […]
Last fiscal year, with your support we were able to help more than 800 people living in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin access abortion care through our abortion assistance fund. As we look back over the data we collect from each caller, this story is shifting. More than ever before the people […]
In the four decades of legal, safe abortion, it has remained unaffordable and unavailable for far too many, particularly women of color.
September 30, 2014 marks the 38th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment, which passed in 1976. A direct response to the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion just three years earlier, the Hyde Amendment was the first of many restrictions on abortion, and denied Medicaid patients the right to an abortion. Later restrictions followed: federal employees, […]