With an anti-abortion measure on the ballot and differences in the governor's race, abortion will be a hot-button issue in the next few months.
Only once in more than a decade have Oregon voters been asked to weigh in on abortion.
But now, driven by three distinct developments, abortion promises to take center stage politically in a state widely regarded as the most pro-choice in the nation.
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