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Life In Oregon

Me Before You, People With Disabilities Aren’t Better Off Dead


In a new film, “Me Before You,” audiences are taught it’s better, and maybe even more romantic, to die than to live with a disability. Some qualified voices strongly protest. The culture of death is making major inroads this month. With a new California physician-assisted suicide law going into effect [on June 9], the efforts…

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Action Alert – Fair Booth Volunteers


Volunteer for your county’s summer fair booth! Oregon Right to Life needs your help with our pro-life educational displays at county fairs around the state. Please join this educational effort aimed at changing people’s hearts and minds about abortion and other life issues by volunteering at a fair booth in your community. Training is available.…

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Life Notes March

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Adult stem cells helping stroke victims Fifteen years ago, scientists were denigrating the potential of adult stem cells, instead focusing on stem cells from human embryos and seeking funding for their research. These scientists branded adult stem cells advocates as “anti-science” for expressing ethical concerns and scientific doubts about using stem cells from destroyed human…

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States Pass Pro-Life Legislation

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The first six months of 2016 have seen many states pass protective pro-life laws in their legislatures. Many of these laws were passed in the aftermath of the release of videos exposing the trafficking of aborted baby body parts by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business. Not surprisingly, Planned Parenthood has filed a number…

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Oregon Right to Life is grateful for recent gifts in memory of: The Bill Toffler family, Portland Helen Worcester, Eugene  

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