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Ruling to overturn Minnesota’s abortion restrictions will harm women, lawyer says

A Ramsey County judge overturned several abortion restrictions in a Monday ruling, which could make Minnesota an "abortion destination," according to Renee Carlson, general...

Controversial bill would require Minnesota schools to teach ‘diverse sexual orientations...

House Democrats want to implement a new model of sexual health education in Minnesota's schools. A bill co-authored by seventeen Democratic representatives calls for sex...

Minnesota Christian Organizations Organize To Support Freedom in Counseling

Minnesota Democrats have authored HF 12 that they claim will ban "conversion therapy" which they argue will harm the LGBT community. However Christian organizations in Minnesota...

LGBTQ Group Shuts Down Street To Protest Christian Dinner

MINNEAPOLIS - A small crowd of LGBTQ supporters gathered outside of the annual Minnesota Family Council dinner last Friday to protest the group’s Christian...

Teacher Licensing Could Include Mandatory Extreme Race and Gender Training

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A Dayton-appointed teacher licensing board is seeking to incorporate controversial race and gender training in Minnesota’s teacher licensing requirements. In...

Minnesota Family Council To Host SD54 Special Election Candidate Forum

HASTINGS, Minn. - With the Senate District 54 special election a little over one week away, Minnesota Family Council is sponsoring a candidate forum...

U.S. Treasury Report Shows Small Percentage of Marriages are LGBT

A recent New York Times article revealed the spread of same-sex marriages as a percentage of all marriages in United States zip codes, Minnesota...

School’s Anti-Bullying & Gender Identity Policies Clash With Concerned Parents

Is Nova Classical Academy embroiled in controversy over a five-year old boy's decision to wear a dress to school or is the controversy about the school's decision to change to a radical gender inclusion policy?