Oregon House OKs reproductive health care bill for women

The issue, which forces insurers to cover services without out-of-pocket costs, prompts floor debate on abortion

The Oregon House engaged in a rare and often somber floor ­debate on abortion Saturday before ­majority Democrats passed a women’s health care bill.

House Bill 3391 ­would require Ore­gon insurers to cover many reproductive health services for women, ­including abortion, ­without ­charging them any out-of-pocket ­expense.

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