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Archive for December 2017

OHA Admits to Violating Federal Abortion Law, OHSU May be Next

On November 17,  Pat Allen, director of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), issued a letter to the governor’s office detailing significant financial problems with the agency. According to The Oregonian, Allen revealed that OHA erroneously made close to $150 million in overpayments of federal Medicaid funds. However, additionally troubling was the revelation that OHA has…

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Roe v. Wade Memorial & March

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Please join us as we return to Pioneer Courthouse Square in the heart of downtown Portland for our annual gathering to commemorate the forty-fifth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand. Given the current political climate, we are planning for a large turnout and are encouraging all pro-lifers to join us…

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Oregon Man Opposes Wife’s Feeding

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In Southern Oregon, Bill Harris is trying to stop the feeding of his wife Nora Harris, an Alzheimer’s patient. Harris is blunt about his desire that Nora no longer be fed. “I want her to pass. I want her to end her suffering. It’s not a right-to-life issue. It’s a right-to-die-issue.” Nora Harris, 64, was…

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Oregon GOP Unanimously Denounces Euthanasia

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At the end of October, Republican delegates from across Oregon met in Bend to update the Oregon Republican Party (ORP) Platform. This document is critical because it explains the pro-life position of the only major party in Oregon that takes a stand in defense of life from conception to natural death. In light of the…

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Pro-Life Momentum in Washington, D.C.

We are now nearly a year into President Trump’s presidency. The wheels of the federal government do indeed turn slowly, and many critical pro-life laws have yet to be passed. However, there have been a number of significant pro-life achievements for which pro-lifers can be thankful.  Judge Neil Gorsuch was appointed to the U.S. Supreme…

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