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Tag Archive for: MN Legislature

Rep. Ami Wazlawik: Mental Health Needs

We are experiencing a sort of collective trauma right now and I don’t believe that we’re prepared to deal with it – within our mental health system or more generally in society.

Then and Now: Women in Politics

We do not just want to be women elected and sitting in seats, being disregarded and not listened to.

Op-Ed: Legislature failed to enact key racial equity measure

Minnesota’s policymakers had an opportunity during this legislative session to take action to gain a portion of that $6.6 billion of annual GDP, and they failed. Instead, efforts to close racial equity gaps fell victim to polarized and antiquated views of economic growth and competitiveness.

Legislative Update: MMIR Office Established

As loyal Minnesota Women's Press readers are aware, we have been actively covering the stories of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives (MMIR). We included our first Transforming Justice alert in June encouraging readers to engage with the issue of legislative budget for an MMIR office to be established.

Update from Minnesota House of Representatives

A report from House of Representatives DFL on its accomplishments this season.

The Status of Justice Reform in Minnesota

Minnesota Women's Press is building collaborative media partnerships to lift up the progress reports and solutions related to justice reform.

A Special Message From Sen. Mary Kunesh

Nigigoonsikwe (Little Otter Woman) on Leech Lake Reservation.…

Legislative Update: Cannabis Bill Passes Minnesota House

A total of 36 states, District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands have approved comprehensive, publicly available medical marijuana/cannabis programs.

Conversation: MMIR Crisis

Talking with four women on background to action steps about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives crisis in Minnesota

Action = Change: Police Reform Legislation

April 30 — Axios update on police reform at the…

The Journey of Sexual Assault Legislation: Part 1 of 2

There are winding roads that lead to systems and policy change. This is a snapshot of one of them, still in process, related to sexual assault legislation.

April 7: Advocacy Updates from WoMN Act

Advocacy updates related to equity and justice