One way to keep their lib backers happy.
The Minnesota affiliate of the nation’s biggest abortion is expanding its involvement in the political arena beyond merely supporting or opposing candidates.
Now, the Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota affiliate of the abortion business is targeting an amendment to ensure voter fraud doesn’t take place at the polls.
Minnesota Public Radio has more on this decision, and says the abortion giant has created a political action fund to oppose the Minnesota voter ID amendment, which would require voters to show photo identification at the polls. Its public affairs director Timothy Stanley told MPR that ballot initiatives are important to the people Planned Parenthood works with.