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A group of Oregon lawmakers and advocates is exploring ways to address the recent Supreme Court ruling, including additional protections for abortion and LGBTQ rights.
A survey of every known facility providing abortions in the U.S. reveals wide variation in abortion trends among the states.
Both states are known for liberal legal frameworks protecting the right to abortion, but advocates on both sides point out that laws can change.
President Joe Biden said that he has directed his Gender Policy Council and White House Counsel’s Office to prepare responses to an expected U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Right-to-privacy protections enshrined in state constitutions could block attempts to restrict abortions in many states.
The rule, which covers an estimated 80 million workers, took effect earlier last week.
A decision by the justices is expected within days on cases that challenge rules set in November by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The ruling, which allows abortion providers to challenge the law, provides clues to coming decision on Mississipi case that challenges court's landmark ruling in Roe v. Wade.
Last week the Supreme Court appeared poised to uphold Mississippi’s restrictive abortion law. What does that mean for Oregonians?