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2016 has been a landmark year for Planned Parenthood: celebrating the centennial, a major Supreme Court victory, the most important election of our lifetime. But it’s also been a challenging year. Here are just 10 of the most outrageous attacks on women’s health in the past 10 months alone:
Several Oregon Republican candidates refuse to say whether they’re voting for Donald Trump and Mike Pence, the most divisive, hateful presidential ticket in generations.
Gubernatorial candidate Bud Pierce ...
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon today announced its endorsement of Ballot Measure 97, which would provide stable, adequate funding for healthcare services and education programs by increasing the minimum tax for large and out-of-state corporations with more than $25 million in annual Oregon sales.
PPAO is the political arm of the organization, advocating on behalf of Oregon's 12 health centers and the 61,672 women, men and young people who count on Planned Parenthood services every year. PPAO strongly ...
Every woman in Oregon should be able to make decisions about whether and when to be a parent based on what’s best for her.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon is working hard to ensure that health insurance — whether paid for by individuals, employers or government funds — covers the full range of reproductive health services: preconception care, contraception, abortion, prenatal care, childbirth and postpartum care.