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Public Policy

The Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault is a coalition of member organizations and individuals who share a goal of working toward a society free from sexual violence. As a statewide coalition, MNCASA both represents the interests of its members and serves as a voice for those members in the areas of policy and systems change.

Current Issues

MNCASA works on a wide variety of issues that impact victims/survivors of violence. These are our current issue priorities for 2022, aimed at preventing and addressing violence on a state and national level.

Reproductive Justice

MNCASA is committed to working toward reproductive justice and upholding abortion access for all victims/survivors of sexual violence.

Housing Reform

MNCASA believes that housing injustice uniquely impacts victims/survivors of violence.

Victim Services Funding

MNCASA is committed to advocating for increased funding for crime victim services, in support of our member programs who directly serve victims/survivors of violence.

MNCASA's Legislative Priorities

Want to learn more about MNCASA’s policy work? View our policy agenda and track different bills we support.

Get Involved with Policy

Are you interested in taking action to support our policy work to prevent and end sexual violence? Learn more about what policy work is and different ways to take action.

MNCASA News and Policy Updates

MNCASA Responds to Roe V Wade Decision

The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v Wade is an egregious injustice. This decision impacts the wellbeing and…

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault Statement on Reproductive Justice and Sexual Violence

Tuesday, May 3, 2022: MNCASA believes that reproductive justice is a fundamental human right: the right to bodily autonomy, the right to safe and affordable…

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault Statement on Anti-Asian Violence in Fulton County, Georgia

Dear Community, Yesterday, eight people were killed and several more wounded in shootings at Asian American-owned businesses in Fulton County, Georgia. Six of the…

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