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Leading in Oregon

From Our Executive Director

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, and volunteers has and will…

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A Wildfire of Compassion

As I write, a heavy layer of smoke is covering the sky above the Oregon Right to Life office. The impact of wildfires is reaching across Oregon. The loss of life and property is weighing heavily on my heart. My daughter, who is attending college in Virginia, called to check on us. She was feeling…

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Turning Challenges Into Growth Opportunities

So what now? We are in a time of uncertainty rivaling any most of us have experienced. I found recently that a web-based journal for emergency preparedness noted that unprecedented was the word of the year for 2019. I wonder what word they will possibly choose for 2020? I am sure that each one of us is…

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Life in Oregon

From Our Advocates

SCOTUS Upholds Safety Protocols for Chemical Abortions

Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld important safety protocols for chemical abortions. The Food and Drug Administration’s rule requires a woman to have an in-person doctor’s visit before undergoing a chemical (“medication”) abortion during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The Supreme Court was right to uphold the minimum safety protocols for chemical abortions,” says…

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Inclusivity in the Pro-Life Movement: From Our President

I can’t think of a better time as pro-lifers to renew our commitment to life-issues unity than the recent election of politicians who have built careers around advancing pro-choice policies. The idea that innocent human life should be protected is one that anyone can agree with, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or political beliefs. …

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Statement on General Election Results

Salem, OR—On Election Day 2020, pro-life voters in Oregon made their voices heard by handing wins to Cliff Bentz in the Second Congressional District, Boomer Wright in House District 9, Suzanne Weber in House District 32, and Danielle Bethell to the Marion County Commission, position 3, among others. “I’ve worked in politics for more than…

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