MCC Takes a Closer Looks at Housing Issues

Adequate shelter is a basic human need, as housing is a cornerstone of family stability and child development and traditionally is one the best avenues for building economic stability and generational wealth. As MCC considers a long-term policy agenda to … Continue reading →

State Fair Opinion Poll Results

Fairgoers favor enabling parents to choose the right school for their children Thousands of people stopped by the House of Representatives booth at the State Fair and voiced their opinion on a dozen policy-related questions covering issues from mask mandates … Continue reading →

How Catholics can help transform the state

Jason Adkins, executive director of the MN Catholic Conference joined Relevant Radio’s Morning Air host Glen Lewerenz to discuss the role of Catholics in public life and how we can help to positively influence our government. Fr. John Gordon, Mary, … Continue reading →

Inside the Capitol: End of Session Wrap-Up

The Legislative Session has ended. Where are Catholics helping to transform our state? Where will the Catholic voice still be needed? Throughout the 2021 legislative session, the Minnesota Catholic Conference chose to actively engage on several policy proposals in both … Continue reading →

Action Alert: Prevent Taxpayer Funded Abortion

President Biden released his Fiscal Year 2022 budget in which he proposes to eliminate the Hyde Amendment and some related pro-life provisions. Calling for the elimination of Hyde in a president’s budget is unprecedented. Without the Hyde Amendment and related … Continue reading →