Things are heating up at the State Capitol. Take Action Minnesota is holding an Emergency Teach-In TOMORROW, May 9, to draw attention to the inaction of the GOP-controlled Senate on important bills that work to improve the lives of all Minnesotans, like Restore the Vote, Paid Family Leave, 100% Clean Energy and more.Read More
"Equality under the law shall not be abridged or denied on account of gender," is all we're asking to be added to the MN constitution. Visit ERAMN for more information on the bills.
Take action to get the Senate to hear the bill, pass it, and add it to the ballot! Let the people of Minnesota decide! Can you take a few minutes out of your day to make Equal Rights a reality for future generations?Read More
The House version of this bill is now in the House Public Safety Omnibus bill (HF1603), but the Senate version (SF856) still awaits a hearing. Can you help by phonebanking with Take Action on this important subject? You'll be calling constituents in critical districts, and connecting supporters to their legislator's voicemail to leave a message urging them to vote for the bill.Read More
And if you are unsure where things are at the Capitol - the House and Senate chambers, how to attend a committee hearing, where to find your legislator, - we have two more Women’s March MN-led tours of the State Capitol, Senate and State Office buildings. We would love to show you around!Read More
Please contact Senator Limmer, Chair of the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee, and urge him to let SF515 go through as a stand-alone bill. After all, it addresses a long standing historical injustice that needs to be acknowledged and stopped. It is not a bargaining chip for future negotiations.Read More
The House version of this bill passed through many committees and is now part of the House Election and Campaign Finance Omnibus Bill (HF1603). However, the Senate version (SF856), introduced by Senator Bobby Champion, has not been granted a hearing. In fact, the Chair of the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee, Senator Warren Limmer, says he will not give this bill a hearing.Read More
Join Women’s March MN and the Freedom to Drive MN Coalition at the Minnesota State Capitol on Friday, April 5. The MN House of Representatives will have a floor vote on HF1500, a bill that returns the privilege of a driver’s license to all eligible Minnesotans regardless of immigration status.Read More