Oregon has no major types of abortion restrictions
hen you hear the words “reproductive health”, you may quickly realize that it is just another attempt by leftist revisionists to redefine words, in the name of political correctness. Many Americans are not so easily blind-sided, however, and recognize "reproductive health for being mostly "abortion".
The proposed decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade
will take federal government out of state decisions on abortion.
Oregon legislative House Speaker Dan Rayfield (D-Corvallis) announced the formation of
the Reproductive Health and Access to Care Work Group. It seems not to
protect “reproductive health” but to make recommendations on
abortion legislation for the 2023 session.
include policy, administrative, and budget proposals to protect,
strengthen, and expand equitable access to all forms of reproductive
care, gender-affirming care, and quality of care.
Rayfield commented, “It was truly inspiring this past weekend to see
thousands of Oregonians take to the streets to protest ongoing attacks
against reproductive freedom. Time and again, Oregonians have clearly
affirmed their support for making abortion and other care safe and
accessible to all. While other states roll back protections and attempt to
criminalize health care access, this collaborative process with providers,
clinics and elected leaders will make sure Oregon is prepared to
support access to care in this changing landscape. We can’t be
“This is an ‘all-hands on deck’ moment,” Oregon Attorney General Ellen
Rosenblum said. “Oregon can and must continue to be a leader for
reproductive justice. I pledge to work alongside our elected champions
and community partners to help keep Oregon a safe and welcoming
place for anyone from anywhere who seeks access to abortion care.”
any Americans would argue that abortion is not “reproductive” anything let alone
justice. This play on words is a false narrative intended to distract those getting the abortions from thinking about how they are actually taking a human life.
Oregon’s abortion rate is around 12 per 1,000 women. Oregon has no
major types of abortion restrictions, such as a waiting period,
mandated parental involvement or limitations on publicly funded
abortions often found in other states.
The opposite is true with 29
abortion facilities providing publicly funded abortions. The Clinic for
Abortion & Reproductive Excellence specializes in late term, third
trimester abortions offered to Oregonians.
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When Oregon passed SB 193 in 1969, it was very limited to a physical or mental handicapped baby, conceived by rape, or if the life of the
mother was at risk.
In 1983 the bill was repealed allowing unrestricted
abortions, even if Roe v. Wade is overturned. In 2017, HB 3391
sponsored by Representative Julie Fahey (D-Eugene) passing on party
lines, forced insurers to cover abortions and provided public funding
making abortion free in Oregon.
To inquire about serving on the work group, you can contact them via email
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