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Tax-funded abortion comes to Oregon

July 12, 2017

A new state law in Oregon subsidizes abortions with taxpayer funding.

The bill—which has passed the state legislature, and awaits only the governor’s signature—requires health-care insurance to include abortion coverage. Although church-run institutions are exempt from that requirement, the state’s health department will cover abortions in those cases when a religious employer does not.

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