Fights between the Proud Boys and counterdemonstrators broke out during an event outside the health clinic Tuesday evening, police said.
Oregon is stepping away from a federal program that pays for millions of dollars worth of reproductive care for low-income women over a Trump administration rule that bars health care providers from referring women for abortions.
A federal judge in Portland said Tuesday he would grant a preliminary injunction preventing new Trump administration rules that could’ve taken funding away from certain abortion providers from going into effect.
Oregon took the lead on Tuesday in a multi-state front against the Trump administration’s “gag rule” on abortion providers.
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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.
Abortion rights advocates were quick to rally against President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, U.S.
On June 21, Planned Parenthood patients and supporters will hold "Pink the Night Out" at rallies all across the country, including in Portland.
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette is holding Last-Minute Health Insurance Enrollment Fairs on Saturday, January 30th in Portland and Hillsboro.