Pregnancy-resource centers don’t provide or promote abortion, and their pro-life orientation is being attacked by politicians in Minnesota and elsewhere. (photo: Shutterstock)
The North Star State is one of several states squeezing pro-life alternatives as it expands access to abortion.
By Matthew McDonald, EWTN News, May 24, 2023
Matthew McDonald is a staff reporter for The National Catholic Register and the editor of New Boston Post. He lives in Massachusetts.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Rachel Copeland-Nunn had no health insurance during her last two pregnancies, but she was the recipient of free prenatal medical care and baby supplies at a pro-life pregnancy-resource center in St. Paul that receives public funds from the Minnesota state government.
“Today, I have three beautiful, healthy children whom I raise as a single parent, and the two youngest boys are here because of the medical team at Options for Women East,” Copeland-Nunn told a legislative committee earlier this spring, touting what she called “the care and compassion” she received for “me and my baby as whole people.” …