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Archive for January 2020

Over 2,000 Participated in Oregon March for Life

On Saturday, January 25, more than 2,000 Oregonians met on the steps of the State Capitol to commemorate the nearly 61 million lives lost over 47 years of legal abortion in America. “Oregonians are frustrated and upset that our elected official have consistently ignored their obligations to protect and serve Oregonians,” says Lois Anderson, ORTL executive director.…

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President Trump’s extensive pro-life record

In many ways since he was elected in 2016, President Trump has shown himself to be an advocate for unborn babies, their mothers and the pro-life movement. Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser, who served as chair of President Trump’s Pro-Life Coalition, explained, “From stopping taxpayer funding of abortion and of experimentation involving aborted…

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Life Notes

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40 Days for Life campaign saves babies This fall’s 40 Days for Life campaign, from September 25 through November 2, resulted in the lives of 454 unborn babies being saved from abortion. It was the largest 40 Days for Life campaign in history, with 505 cities in 30 countries participating. 40 Days for Life is…

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U.S. abortion numbers drop to lowest ever

Abortion numbers have not been this low since the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion on demand in 1973. The Guttmacher Institute, formerly Planned Parenthood’s research arm, collects data from every abortion facility in the country. The Centers for Disease Control also issues an annual abortion report. However, it is not as…

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Launch: Igniting a generation of pro-life advocates!

We’ve been prioritizing reaching and training Oregon’s youth for a long time. Our pro-life youth leadership retreat Launch has a proven track record of inspiring and activating young adults. It is exciting and rewarding to watch them change the movement for the better. Bethany Janzen (right in photo) is one of those people. She attended…

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