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Archive for February 2016

Paying The Price

Gayle Atteberry ORTL Executive Director

Referring to the ‘enthusiasm gap’ she sees between older and younger women regarding abortion, pro-abortion Democratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz recently told the New York Times, “I see complacency [for abortion ‘rights’] among the generation of young women whose entire lives have been lived after Roe v. Wade was decided.” Ms. Wasserman Schultz is…

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Take Your Vote Seriously

I know I am not the only one who thinks this is the craziest presidential primary season, and the voting has just begun! We began this process with a veritable banquet of pro-life governors and senators with legislative and executive experience. Sprinkle in a few who have not served in office, but who appeared to…

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The Short Session

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On February 1, the Oregon legislature will convene for what has become known as the “short session.” Oregon voters established annual sessions in 2010. The even year session is limited to 35 session days, as opposed to the odd year sessions which are 160 days. While originally designed for budget review and emergencies, the short…

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California Law Forces Pregnancy Centers to Promote Abortions

In late December, two district court judges ruled that a new law requiring pro-life pregnancy centers to promote abortion can go into effect. The law will force 150 local pregnancy support centers, including 74 state-licensed facilities, to give all clients information that includes the phone number of a county social services office that provides abortions…

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It Haunts Me

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My abortion at Eugene-Springfield Planned Parenthood By Mariana It was July 2014 when I knew I was pregnant. I made an appointment with [Planned Parenthood] and they confirmed it. The staff member (I’ll call her Heather) asked what I planned on doing and I told her that I did not know. She asked if I…

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