Some state lawmakers have suggested restricting access to the intrauterine device known as IUD; many reproductive health advocates fear the overturning of Roe v. Wade would embolden those efforts.
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SUPPLIES COALITION/UNSPLASH
The money will be used for treatment and prevention of opioid and methamphetamine use, recovery, social services support, including housing, and supplies of the medication naloxone to reverse overdoses.
Sep 29, 2022
EMERGENCY ROOMS, LIKE THE ONE AT OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY, ARE PACKED./CHRISTINE TORRES HICKS,OHSU/OREGON CAPITAL CHRONICLE
ANNE UDALL, (FRONT) CEO AND PRESIDENT OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE, SAYS THAT THE ORGANIZATION’S CLINICS HAVE SEEN AN UPTICK IN DEMAND FROM RESIDENTS OF STATES WITH ABORTION BANS. IN BACK LEFT TO RIGHT: GOV. KATE BROWN, U.S. REP. SUZANNE BONAMICI OF OREGON, STATE REP. ANDREA VALDERRAMA, KATIE JO JACKSON, MANAGER OF THE PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC IN SOUTHEAST OREGON./LYNNE TERRY/OREGON CAPITAL CHRONICLE