August 10, 2022 MEDIA BACKGROUND U.S. House Set to Pass Historic Prescription Drug Reforms in the Inflation Reduction Act. What does this mean for Minnesota? ST. PAUL, MN—On Friday, August
MEDIA STATEMENT TakeAction Minnesota Statement on Reinsurance Deal ST. PAUL, MINN—The state Senate passed a reinsurance deal off the floor tonight. The bill is headed to the state House.
At TakeAction Minnesota we believe in people-centered, publicly funded health care that leaves nobody out. In 2022, Minnesota should be moving toward a public health care option on the path
Last week, Governor Walz released a revised supplemental budget recommendation to the legislature. From here, the Governor’s administration will present their proposals to state legislators, who will then negotiate to
At TakeAction Minnesota, we believe in a future where everyone has the health care they need. We believe in a health care system that is people-centered, not tied to employment,
Everyone deserves access to the care they need. Fifty years ago, on January 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade guaranteed us the legal right to abortion. Devastatingly, this could be Roe’s last anniversary before the
Kate (she/her) is a mother of two adult sons living in Minneapolis. She’s been a leader advocating with TakeAction Minnesota since February 2021. Below is Kate’s healthcare story. She ends it with an invitation to share
Last week, TakeAction Minnesota members Chara Blanch, Amity Foster, and Halley Norman sat down with Rep. Ilhan Omar to talk about care, COVID-19, and the state of our democracy. It was a powerful conversation. Amity and Chara shared
Across race, income, gender, and geography, we agree that the state needs to step up and help more Minnesotans access affordable, quality healthcare. Medical emergencies happen to everyone, and everybody deserves access to healthcare, no matter what. Nobody should have to sacrifice paying for rent or groceries to get the care they need.
MinnesotaCare (MNCare) was created by bipartisan leadership in 1992 to provide health insurance to low-income, working Minnesotans. In 2020, approximately 92,000 Minnesotans are enrolled in MNCare for high-quality, lower-cost health