Pro-life Success in the Short Session!
In 2010, voters passed a ballot measure authorizing a “short session” of 35 days between the regular lengthy sessions which occur every two years. The only purpose of the short session was to modify or change budget needs of the state, with no policy bills being acted upon except in an emergency. Unfortunately, this has […]
Another Dangerous Bill Defeated!
It was a short legislative session this year but that doesn’t mean it was without threats. The biggest one was SB 1552. This bill would have given a committee, chosen by Gov. Kate Brown, control of Oregon’s advance directive, removing legislative oversight. Keeping a watchful eye out for subversive bills like this are one of […]Tagged abortionmassisted suicideKaren Minnisoregonsb 1552senior care