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Second-Glance Advocacy

There is an artist I admire named Charlie French. Charlie is an abstract expressionist and 29-year-old man with Down syndrome. Like all abstract artists, his paintings offer a different and moving perspective on familiar scenes. Initially, all you might see are layers of color, textures and forms that don’t make…

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Abortion is Not “Essential”

In Oregon, Governor Kate Brown made decisions about what businesses and industries were “essential” during the year-long shutdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Health care providers were deemed “non-essential” on March 19, 2020 when Gov. Brown signed an executive order calling for the temporary end of all elective procedures.…

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In Light of Recent Events

After thoughtful consideration, counsel, and prayer, I have made the decision to postpone the Oregon March for Life. There is always a level of unpredictability that is a part of this event. Counter-protesters and others have tried to disrupt it, thankfully without success. However, the safety of our advocates, staff,…

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2,000 Attend Oregon March for Life

On April 17, roughly two thousand pro-life Oregonians met in front of the Oregon State Capitol to honor the 63 million lives lost to legalized abortion since 1973. The Oregon March for Life featured Rep. Vikki Breese Iverson (HD 55) as emcee, joined by Marion County Commissioner Colm Willis and…

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Sen. Patterson Refuse to Protect Babies Born-Alive

This legislative session, Oregon Right to Life introduced Senate Bill 586, the Born-Alive Infant Protection bill. It would require abortion providers to deliver life-saving care for a baby born alive during an abortion. Data from the CDC shows that as many as 143 babies have survived a failed abortion then…

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23 Years of Assisted Suicide

Oregon recently released its 23rd annual report on assisted suicide in the state. Oregon saw a 25% increase in residents requesting lethal prescriptions for assisted suicide under the Death with Dignity Act. In 2020, 370 people received lethal prescriptions. Of that group, 245 people died from ingesting the lethal medication…

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