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Supreme Courts Takes Up Louisiana Pro-Life Case

Friday, October 4, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to consider Louisiana’s 2014 pro-life law. It required abortion providers have admitting privileges at hospitals no further than 30 miles away. “In 2016, a similar law in Texas was overturned by SCOTUS,” says Lois Anderson, ORTL executive director. “We are hopeful that this time the Supreme Court will allow…

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Planned Parenthood Chooses Abortion Services Over Healthcare Services

On August 19, Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, announced it will withdraw from the Title X federal program which provides family planning healthcare to low income Americans. Out of 4,000 Title X service sites in the nation, Planned Parenthood operates fewer than 400. “For decades we have heard Planned Parenthood claim abortion is just three percent…

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Late-Term Abortion: A Tragic “Solution”

“I hear you are going to have a boy. Congratulations! Unfortunately, after reviewing your ultrasound, there are a few concerning images.” Those were the words Samantha Williams and countless other parents have heard following their 20-week ultrasounds.  The 20-week ultrasound appointment lasts between an hour and an hour and a half. The technician measures every…

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In Memoriam of Dr. Russell Sacco

After a fight with cancer, the pro-life movement lost one of its unsung heroes, Dr. Russell Sacco, this June. A father of four and grandfather to eight, he is also survived by Elizabeth, his loving wife of 58 years. Dr. Sacco, a urologist who practiced in Oregon and one of the founding members of Oregon…

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While SCOTUS Ruled on Abortion, Oregonians Lobbied at the Capitol

Tuesday, May 28, the Supreme Court of the United States made a much awaited ruling on state abortion laws. The decision keeps requirements in place that the remains of aborted babies in Indiana be buried or cremated. Unfortunately, abortions sought due to a baby’s gender, race, ethnicity, or potential disability will continue. At the same time,…

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