From the Minnesota Catholic Conference’s recap of the 2017 state legislative session —

The tens of thousands of Minnesota families who look to the Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) for temporary help during tough stretches will need to wait another year for an increase in the rate of monthly assistance. The rate hasn’t increased in over 30 years, failing to keep up with inflation and increases in the cost of living, but a modest increase was left out of the final Health and Human Services bill when supporters of abortion rights protested that it would cut into a fund that also funds Planned Parenthood.

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