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Nov62017
Use It or Lose It!

Did you know that you can make a donation to Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon…at no cost to you?

It’s true! Every year, the Oregon Political Tax Credit allows individual Oregonians to give $50 to their favorite political cause and receive this full amount back at tax time. (Couples filing jointly can get a refund for up to $100!) In other words, the state gives you a $50 or $100 gift to donate to the political cause of ...

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Nov22017
Vote YES on Measure 101

Health care is a fundamental right, not a privilege. Access to quality health care is necessary for all people to reach their fullest potential. Our health shouldn’t depend on who we are, where we live or how much money we make.

Many women are deeply affected by a lack of access to health care. Despite the fact that women make about 80 percent of the healthcare decisions in their families, they often face many barriers to accessing the doctor ...

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Oct252017
Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon Endorses Governor Kate Brown

Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon today announced its endorsement of Governor Kate Brown for re-election in 2018.

"Now more than ever, Oregonians need a women's health champion like Governor Kate Brown," said Becca Uherbelau, Board Chair of Planned Parenthood PAC of Oregon. "She recently signed the Reproductive Health Equity Act, the most comprehensive reproductive rights bill in the country. Thanks to her bold leadership, no-cost contraception is safeguarded in Oregon, despite the ongoing attacks from right-wing politicians in D ...

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Oct242017
10 Outrageous Attacks on Oregon Women in 2017

Even here in Oregon, we face well-funded and well-organized opponents who are determined to undo historic progress for reproductive freedom. Here are just 10 of the most outrageous attacks on women’s health in the past 10 months alone:

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Oct62017
Trump Administration Takes Direct Aim at Birth Control Coverage for 360,000 Oregon Women

The Trump administration has taken direct aim at birth control coverage for more than 360,000 Oregon women, eliminating the guarantee they had for coverage for birth control regardless of who they work for. This morning they announced a sweeping new rule to eliminate the Affordable Care Act's requirement that all insurance plans must cover birth control without a co-pay or otherwise ensure access to birth control coverage for women whose employers or schools can legally opt out of ...

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