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NewMinnesota Bows to Bullying with REAL ID Passage

Minnesota Bows to Bullying with REAL ID Passage

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The Minnesota State House and Senate this evening passed the REAL ID bill (H.F. 3), which, says Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom
(CCHF,
www.cchfreedom.org), negatively impacts Minnesotans’ privacy and freedom. 

 

NewALERT: Congress Approves National Patient ID

ALERT: Congress Approves National Patient ID

Friday, May 5, 2017 was not a good day. Trump signed into law a ‘National Patient ID’ law (2017 Appropriations, H.R. 244, Public Law 115-31) enacted by Congress. Federal funds are now available to develop a “patient-matching strategy”. 

NewREAL ID Votes - MN Senate 2017

REAL ID Votes - MN Senate 2017

Click on the PDF file to view all the MN SENATE votes this year on REAL ID. Every vote of every Minnesota state Senator is noted.

NewREAL ID Votes - MN House 2017

REAL ID Votes - MN House 2017

Click on the PDF file to view all the MN HOUSE votes this year on REAL ID. Every 2017 vote of every Minnesota Representative is noted.

Which States Are the Worst Offenders for Storing Baby DNA?

Which States Are the Worst Offenders for Storing Baby DNA?

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Parents want to keep their children safe, and that may mean having their newborn baby tested for genetic disorders at the time of birth. But another important aspect of parenting is keeping the genetic information of newborn babies private and protected. 

 

Moms, Do You Know Where Your Baby’s DNA Goes?

Moms, Do You Know Where Your Baby’s DNA Goes?

ST. PAUL, Minn.—With Mother’s Day just around the corner, every mom remembers the day her baby was born as a time of joy, emotion and, at moments, feelings of stress and being overwhelmed. But one thing most mothers might not think about in those first few days as a new parent is how their newborn baby’s DNA is collected, stored and used for research.