Hospital Negligence Leads Paralyzed Canadian Man to Choose Assisted Suicide

(Oregon Right to Life) — A quadriplegic former truck driver chose physician-assisted suicide in March after experiencing serious neglect at the hands of hospital employees months earlier. Normand Meunier, 66, died at his Quebec, Ontario home on March 29, 2024. He decided to pursue “Medical Assistance in Dying,” or “MAiD,” Canada’s name for legal assisted […]

Updated Pro-Life Advance Directive Available

Oregon Right to Life (ORTL) strives to protect all life from fertilization until natural death. That means we work to protect the most vulnerable humans, from the unborn baby in the womb to people facing end-of-life decisions. In our state, where physician-assisted suicide is tragically becoming increasingly common, it is especially important to ensure that […]

Young Dutch Woman to Legally End Life Due to Mental Health Struggles

(Oregon Right to Life) — A young woman in the Netherlands is planning to legally end her life next month after struggling with several mental health issues, The Free Press reported. 28-year-old Zoraya ter Beek told the outlet she made the decision, despite having no physical ailments, after her psychiatrist told her, “there’s nothing more […]

Fair volunteering opportunities

It’s hard to believe, but summer fairs are in full swing. Have you considered volunteering at a pro-life fair booth? You’ll spend a few hours at the booth, where you’ll get to know other advocates and have the unique opportunity to connect with your community while sharing the truth about abortion and the humanity of […]

Closing Out the 2023 Legislative Session

After six eventful months, the 2023 legislative session is over. During the session, we were deeply engaged with the legislative process. We worked alongside legal counsel and legislators to review and craft legislation, actively tracked over 50 bills, and watched hours of committee work sessions. We consulted legislative staff about communications, drafting and providing talking […]

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