Minnesota is a leader on issues of healthcare and reproductive rights and is one of 16 states that provide Medicaid coverage of abortion.

Minnesota Announcements

Congratulations, Minnesota

We’ve got some terrific news to share out of Minnesota! As you may know, reproductive health opponents had their sights set on banning public insurance coverage of abortion for low-income women. But thanks to the support of Minnesotans like you, that coverage remains. The legislative session ended last week, and the state budget bill passed […]

Big news in five states

It’s state legislative season.  How about a quick round-up to catch you up to speed? A big thumbs up to… Minnesota Good news – the Senate voted against removing coverage for poor women. Thanks especially to our partners at ProChoice Resources and NARAL Pro-Choice MN and to the Minnesotans for sending supportive letters – they […]

Visit to DC to Protect Medicaid funding

This fall, Pro-Choice Resources along with 125 advocates from across the United States came together at Capitol Hill to tell legislators that we’ve had enough of federal bans on abortion coverage for low-income women and people.  We met with the offices of our Minnesota representatives and asked them to continue being pro-choice champions in lifting the […]

Lindsay’s Story

Stories are powerful tools that help dismantle the stigma and shame of abortion.  Lindsay was a former Emerge (Pro-Choice Resources’ after-abortion support group) participant and recently shared her story in a national magazine.  For an expanded version of Lindsay’s story, which highlights the impact of Medicaid funding on abortion coverage, visit the Pro-Choice Resources website.

Taking Bold Action to Lift Abortion Coverage Bans

Charleston, West Virginia wouldn’t at first glance seem to have much in common with Cerritos College, a predominantly Latino community college with its campus in Los Angeles. But thanks to the All* Above All campaign, both are places where people are mobilizing in support of their shared belief that every woman, however much she makes or wherever she lives, […]