Minnesota | In the News

Fla. Supreme Court halts 24-hour mandatory delay law
The Florida Supreme Court on Friday ruled 5-2 to halt enforcement of a 24-hour mandatory delay law (HB 633) that requires a woman seeking abortion care to make multiple trips to a clinic, the AP/Fort Meyers News-Press reports.

Minn. lawmakers, Planned Parenthood criticize bill targeting family planning funding
Several Minnesota lawmakers and the president of the local Planned Parenthood affiliate on Tuesday voiced their opposition to a state bill (HF 3374) that would restrict family planning funding, the Minneapolis Star Tribune's "Hot Dish Politics" reports.

States increasingly considering bans on a certain abortion procedure
Lawmakers in several states are proposing bills that would ban a certain abortion procedure, AP/ABC News reports.

Analysis Finds Abortion Coverage Varies Widely by State Marketplace Plans Under ACA
Abortion coverage included in health care plans sold through the Affordable Care Act's (PL 111-148) health insurance marketplaces varies widely by state, according to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the International Business Times reports.

Planned Parenthood Launches STI Testing Apps in Three States
Planned Parenthood Federation of America this month rolled out mobile applications that allow individuals in California, Minnesota and Washington state to purchase at-home tests for two sexually transmitted infections, Reuters reports.

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Minnesota | In the Courts

This section provides a brief overview of significant cases impacting reproductive rights and health in Minnesota.

Walker v. Jesson
Demand in state court for declaratory and injunctive relief against the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS), accusing DHS of using public funds to pay for non-therapeutic abortions for indigent women.

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