MCCL calls on Attorney General, Health Commissioner to act MINNEAPOLIS—Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) today called upon Attorney General Lori Swanson and state Health Commissioner Edward Ehlinger, M.D., to enforce the Woman’s Right to Know law in our state. “Whole Woman’s Health abortion center in Minneapolis is apparently doing same-day abortions and that is …Continue reading "Is Whole Woman’s Health performing abortions illegally?"
MCCL celebrates empowerment of women ST. PAUL — This Sunday, April 14, marks the 10th anniversary of Governor Tim Pawlenty’s signing of the Woman’s Right to Know law that is saving lives in Minnesota every day. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) was instrumental in assisting state lawmakers to pass this lifesaving measure into law. …Continue reading "10th anniversary of Woman’s Right to Know Law signing"
Dozens of legislators participate in March commemorating 40 years of abortion on demand ST. PAUL – More than two thousand Minnesotans marched at the State Capitol today, braving sub-zero temperatures, to urge lawmakers to ban taxpayer funded abortions. Large numbers of young people turned out for the event. Today’s 2013 Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life …Continue reading "Thousands join MCCL March for Life; women speak out against taxpayer funded abortions"
The following was issued December 14 by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. ST. PAUL — Since a Dec. 15, 1995, Minnesota Supreme Court ruling required taxpayers to fund abortions, more than 58,000 unborn babies have been killed in Minnesota with taxpayer funds, according to the Minnesota Department of Human Services (MDHS). The …Continue reading "Doe v. Gomez anniversary: Minnesota has sponsored thousands of abortions since 1995"
By Scott Fischbach, executive director Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. As anyone who reads this blog, its predecessor “Today’s News & Views,” or our newspaper, National Right to Life News, already knows, we don’t believe standing in a circle and firing at will is productive. So, without recycling a misleading attack on pro-life …Continue reading "Pro-Life former Minnesota Governor Pawlenty and the “Woman’s Right to Know” law"
Senate votes on pro-life bills expected soon ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House of Representatives approved two pro-life bills today after lengthy floor debate. Both measures are strongly supported by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), the state’s largest pro-life organization. “These bills represent the will of a large majority of Minnesotans, who oppose the …Continue reading "House approves measures to protect pain-capable unborn children, end taxpayer funded abortions"
MCCL-backed measures advance at State Capitol Editor’s note. This update was distributed by National Right to Life’s affiliate, the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. ST. PAUL — Two measures to protect unborn children were added this week to a bill moving through the House of Representatives. The initiatives, strongly supported by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for …Continue reading "Pro-life legislation update: House committee votes to protect pain-capable unborn, ban taxpayer funded abortions"
Waseca, Minn., senior takes first place for second consecutive year As the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger’s “horrific ideas” continue to drive the organization even though they are never mentioned. That was Natasha Spear’s message in her winning speech in the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) State Oratory Contest. Winners of local contests …Continue reading "Speech on Sanger’s eugenics agenda wins MCCL Oratory Contest"