Abortion activists filed a lawsuit recently that could force Minnesota to allow unrestricted abortion on demand, including for young girls without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
The lawsuit, filed by the pro-abortion groups Gender Justice and the Lawyering Project, challenges more than a dozen state abortion laws, including a law requiring that parents be notified before their underage daughter has an abortion, a 24-hour waiting period and a requirement that aborted babies be cremated or buried, the Post Bulletin reports.
The pro-abortion groups claim the laws, some of the decades old, restrict women’s access to abortion. They also are challenging state informed consent laws, a requirement that doctors perform abortions, regulations that ensure abortion facilities are meeting basic health and safety standards and a requirement that abortion facilities report abortion data to the state. On Wednesday, Ramsey County […]