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Washington lawmakers want to emulate Oregon’s new health care merger law to preserve abortion access in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling.
States have the ability to set their own restrictions, so where people live will determine their level of access to abortion.
The 6-3 decision in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturned a nearly 50-year precedent.
Reproductive health care providers in Oregon have prepared for months for an influx of patients from states where doctors face prison time for providing abortions.
People are looking for ways to ensure abortion access if Roe v. Wade falls, but the idea of setting up clinics on tribal lands raises a host of issues.
Oregon Division of Financial Regulation report finds violations of the state’s 2017 Reproductive Health Equity Act.
Abortion opponents’ efforts in many conservative states to exclude most exceptions — for rape or incest o to save the life of the mother— have drawn headlines recently, but lack widespread appeal.
Skirmishing over birth control methods already has begun, as Republican lawmakers in some states push to restrict access to birth control methods they claim cause abortions.
Planned Parenthood will not confirm it is opening a clinic in eastern Oregon, but local politicians addressed community demands to stop it.