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ORTL Files Complaint with U.S. Office for Civil Rights

Salem, OR — Tuesday, January 14, Oregon Right to Life (ORTL) filed a complaint with the U.S. Office for Civil Rights, challenging the abortion-related health insurance coverage mandated by Oregon’s Reproductive Health Equity Act signed into law in 2017. “Oregon Right to Life exists to advocate for vulnerable human beings who are not protected under law,” says Lois Anderson,…

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Oregon March for Life + Events Around Oregon

On January 25, hundreds of Oregonians will meet on the steps of the State Capitol for the Oregon March for Life. The event will begin at 2:15, with the March immediately following the speakers. Dr. Karen Gaffney of Portland is our featured speaker. She is an accomplished human rights advocate, achieving an honorary doctorate. Dr.…

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Statement on 2018-2019 Planned Parenthood Report

This week, Planned Parenthood released their 2018-2019 annual report. Here are some of the major takeaways from the report: As the nation’s largest provider of abortion, Planned Parenthood performed a record number of abortions: 345,672, a 3.88% increase from the prior year. Planned Parenthood received more money than ever from the American taxpayers: $616.8 million, a 9.4%…

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Statement on CD 2 Candidate Knute Buehler

On December 10, Knute Buehler announced he is running in the Republican primary for Oregon’s second congressional district. Oregon Right to Life PAC works to identify and support pro-life candidates for office at all levels of government. Our focus is on electing champions for protecting life from conception to natural death. “Mr. Buehler spent much of last…

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Abortion Rates Fall To Historic Lows

Salem, OR — This fall, the Guttmacher Institute and the Centers for Disease Control released their latest abortion statistics. Their reports showed that abortion ratios and rates are at their lowest numbers ever documented. “No matter the reason, lower abortion numbers are good news, news that everyone should be happy to hear,” says Lois Anderson,…

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