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Archive for April 2018

ORTL PAC Endorses Greg Wooldridge for Governor

Greg Wooldridge

There has been a lot of tough news for Oregon pro-life advocates lately. House Bill 3391 became law last year, forcing insurance companies to cover abortions and expanding taxpayer funding of late-term abortions. This year, the legislature passed House Bill 4135, putting some Oregonians at risk of losing their basic right to food and water.…

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Trump The Most Pro-life President?

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The leader of the national pro-life organization Family Research Council believes that President Trump is on target to become the most pro-life president ever. FRC President Tony Perkins points to Trump’s fulfilling of his campaign promises. Perkins says he has “gone beyond stopping the pro-abortion policies of Barack Obama and is restoring and even expanding…

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One Message

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When our nation celebrated the life of evangelist Billy Graham recently, we heard over and over about his life of love and integrity. Some also pointed out that over many decades, his message remained the same — that God loves all people. Mr. Graham preached this message in stadiums, on the radio, and in print,…

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2018 ORTLEF Contests

Congratulations to the first, second, and third place winners in the recent ORTLEF Essay, Drawing, and Oratory Contest. View the list of winners here:  2018 Contest Winners List Thanks to our contest coordinators for their hard work and encouragement, resulting in contest participation from 15 Oregon counties, 4 schools, and students from areas where there…

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Protecting Conscience Rights of Healthcare Workers

During President Trump’s campaign, he promised that his administration would uphold the conscience rights of pro-life health care workers who don’t want to participate in abortions. On the eve of the annual pro-life March for Life, the administration took steps to end the war on conscience rights, announcing a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division…

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