Minnesota Town Considers Law To Allow Residents To Sue Abortion Providers

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At a glance

  • The small town of Prinsburg, Minn., is considering a law that would allow residents to sue medical providers that assist in abortions.
  • The ordinance was introduced by Tim Miller, the Republican state representative for the Kandiyohi County district that encompasses Prinsburg, a town of just 500 people on Minnesota’s Western prairie.
  • The town’s mayor, Roger Ahrenholz, confirmed that the ordinance was introduced at a public hearing last week during a City Council meeting.

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