Small Minnesota town to address proposal that would allow lawsuits against abortion providers

A western Minnesota city is considering a proposed regulation that would give its residents the power to sue abortion providers or companies that ship abortion drugs through the mail.

The city of Prinsburg, with a population of just over 500, is located near Willmar in Kandiyohi County. The city does not currently have an abortion clinic, the nearest being in Moorhead almost three hours away.

The proposed ordinance was presented to City Council by outgoing State Assemblyman Tim Miller (R-Prinsburg), who now works for Pro-Life Ministries. The organization defines itself as “a non-denominational Christian organization dedicated to the public defense of the sanctity of human life”.


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