By Nicole Knight As the Trump administration and congressional Republicans wage a campaign to eradicate no-cost birth control coverage and health care for millions, Oregon is moving in the opposite direction with sweeping reproductive health-care legislation. Read more.
By Andrea Gonzalez-Ramirez The Oregon legislature passed a measure on Wednesday night that could be an incredible victory for reproductive rights in the state. Among many new protections, the Reproductive Health Equity Act of 2017 requires insurers to offer coverage for reproductive health services at no cost, protect abortion rights even if Roe v. Wade is overturned, and […]
Oregon remains the only state that hasn’t passed any legislative restrictions to abortion – many proposed abortion restrictions including five ballot initiatives since 1970 pertaining to reproductive rights, have been rejected. However many Oregon women – including a disproportionate number of women of color – face legal and economic barriers that obstruct access to coverage […]
Too many women have been shut out of health care coverage due to existing health conditions or the high cost of insurance. We want you to know the fact is, all plans offered through Cover Oregon will have to cover the women’s health care you need, with no co-pays. Right now, you can compare health […]
Since Oregon has been a true leader for women’s reproductive health care and has no restriction to fight, women’s health organizations have been able to focus on work that prevents unintended pregnancies. The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health is working hard to prevent unintended pregnancy with the One Key Question® Initiative. The One Key Question® […]
We were thrilled to have Lizz Winstead as the guest of honor at the 2013 Annual Choice Gala. We invited Lizz to come speak with us, because she acts on the belief that humor is an incredibly powerful way to cut across our political differences and speak to the common good. The national attack on […]
Charleston, West Virginia wouldn’t at first glance seem to have much in common with Cerritos College, a predominantly Latino community college with its campus in Los Angeles. But thanks to the All* Above All campaign, both are places where people are mobilizing in support of their shared belief that every woman, however much she makes or wherever she lives, […]