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Sweet Victory!

gyle atteberry - executive directorOur battle for the lives of innocents, those patients who are conscious but incompetent, has a happy ending! After Senate Bill 494 passed in the Senate (17-13), the deadly bill went to the House. Because of excellent work by pro-life House members, SB 494 was referred to the House Judiciary Committee, killing the bill.
Oregon Right to Life has never fought so hard at the state capitol as it has since January working to stop SB 494, the bill touted to be a


  1. Amy Sovereign on February 25, 2018 at 7:41 am

    Hi Gayle,
    Is HB3391 covering all women who decide to give birth to their babies also? I believe this is “reproductive equity”. Thoughts?

    • ORTL on February 27, 2018 at 2:29 pm

      Hi, Amy. No, HB 3391 does not cover all the women who decide to give birth. Those still are subject to co-pays etc.

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