Reproductive Health Bill Passes Embroiled Oregon House, Heads to Senate

With a 33-23 vote, Oregon is leading the way in the opposite direction of most of America, as the state’s Democrats try to make it as easy as possible for women to make their own choices about reproductive healthcare.

The Oregon House passed the reproductive health bill, 33-23, sending to the Senate a controversial but hard-fought bill for women’s healthcare access that would close gaps in coverage to contraceptives and abortion.

Source: Reproductive Health Bill Passes Embroiled Oregon House, Heads to Senate | The Lund Report