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Archive for February 2017

No Federal Funding for Planned Parenthood

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Planned Parenthood sold baby parts and should be stripped of funding, so finds a select U. S. House investigative panel. One of the first actions of the 115th Congress was the release of a report by a Select Investigative Panel of the Energy and Commerce Committee. The subject of the report wasn’t, as the committee’s…

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Abortion Numbers Hit Historic Low!

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Reports released in early January by both the Guttmacher Institute and the Centers for Disease Control show abortion numbers, rates, and ratios falling to their lowest since the Roe v. Wade ruling legalized abortion on demand. Guttmacher numbers are more widely accepted because it reports on numbers for all 50 states. Numbers from both Guttmacher…

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Life Notes February-March

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Election polls show 13 percent pro-life advantage Abortion played a pivotal role in the November election, with the pro-life side showing a measurable advantage. A national poll of voters taken on Election Day found that nearly half (49 percent) of voters said abortion affected their vote. Of those, 31 percent said they voted for candidates…

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Pro-Life Bills Introduced in Oregon Legislature

Although Oregon Right to Life is battling bad legislation on many fronts during the 2017 Oregon Legislative Session, there are also several good bills worth your support.  Here are the top pro-life bills introduced so far and how you can help them become law!  HB 2125: The Pregnant Women’s Assistance Fund   Representative Bill Post has…

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Portland #ProtestPP Event Sees “Pro-Lifers Hit With Jump Ropes”

On Saturday, in cities around the nation, concerned Americans gathered to protest the nation’s single largest provider of abortion: Planned Parenthood. Since the current administration has promised to defund Planned Parenthood, they weren’t the only people to show up on the sidewalks. Abortion rights advocates came too. (February 11 is #ProtestPP Day.) In Portland, news…

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