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Archive for April 2019

Federal Judge Places Injunction on Title X Rules

Salem, OR — Late Tuesday, April 23, U.S. District Judge Michael J. McShane said he would grant a preliminary injunction against the new Title X regulations which would require separation between abortion providers and Title X family planning clinics. “The new Title X regulation reflects the original intent of the program: helping people plan their…

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House Bill 2217 Passes the House, 37-21

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Monday morning, April 22, the Oregon House of Representatives passed House Bill 2217 down party lines. House Bill 2217 will increase the number of ways that the lethal drugs can be administered in physician-assisted suicide, including intravenously, via injection, or through a gas mask. “Oregon has a problem with elder abuse already,” said Lois Anderson,…

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SB 579 Creates Same-day Suicide Request Scheme

Senate Bill 579 is the second physician-assisted suicide expansion bill to have a hearing in the Oregon Legislature. It has been scheduled for a public hearing in Senate Judiciary Committee on Friday, April 5 at 9:30 a.m. in Hearing Room C. Oregon Right to life opposes this bill. SB 579 creates a dangerous loophole in…

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Two Euthanasia Bills Scheduled for Votes

Two bills, House Bill 2217 and Senate Bill 579, both of which would expand Oregon’s physician-assisted suicide law, have been scheduled for votes in their respective committees. “Vulnerable Oregonians in medical crisis need protection and support,” said Lois Anderson, ORTL executive director. “These bills would do the very opposite of that and place them in…

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