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Oregon Document Shines Light on Advance Directives

Some things have come to light during the COVID 19 crisis that both concern and provide opportunities to take action to protect yourself and your family. During preparations for a COVID-19 surge in hospitalization, some press reports discussed a key document titled, “Oregon Crisis Care Guidance (OCCG)”. The OCCG is meant to be used by…

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Chemeketa Community College Students for Life

Members from the Chemeketa Community College Students for Life club (SFL) recently shopped at a local Target for their school’s STEPS program. Chemeketa STEPS provides academic and family support for pregnant and parenting students. New moms and dads can access textbook lending libraries, parenting classes, help applying for scholarships and free baby gear, among other…

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Action Alert: Regional Calls for Pro-Life Leaders

Are you active as an Oregon Right to Life chapter leader, fair booth coordinator, Respect Life committee member, 40 Days for Life coordinator or just someone who would like to connect with other pro-life advocates? That is wonderful! We would like to offer an opportunity for a virtual meeting. Please join us for an encouraging…

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Throwback Photos

Move-In Helpers | A crew of helpers prepares the newly-purchased building for move-in. In 1994, Oregon Right to Life Education Foundation purchased a building to house Oregon Right to Life, Oregon Right to Life Education Foundation and Oregon Right to Life PAC. This wise investment established a permanent base of operations for staff and volunteers.Pro-Life rally | Lynda Harrington,…Read More

Pro-Life Leaders Urge FDA Commissioner to Act

In early May, Oregon Right to Life (ORTL) joined dozens of leaders around the country in a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner, Dr. Stephen Hahn. They urged him to take action to stop the illegal internet sale of abortion-inducing drugs, manufactured overseas and shipped into the U.S. Under the FDA’s Risk…

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