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What would abortion law now look like if Hillary Clinton had won?


What would abortion law now look like if Hillary Clinton had won?
Washington Examiner

The new law, which Democratic Governor Kate Brown has gleefully pledged to implement, forces nearly all insurance plans in the state to include no-cost coverage for any and all abortions. Only houses of worship would be exempt from this abortion mandate â a provision that bears some similarities to the Obama administration's HHS mandate, against which Priests for Life and others have prevailed in court. Faith-based hospitals, schools, and other charities are probably preparing lawsuits as you read this, if they haven't already.But Oregon's law doesn't stop at free abortions for the insured. For women with no health insurance, Oregon has set aside millions of taxpayer dollars to pay for their abortions at any stage of pregnancy and for any reason, no questions asked.Apparently, for the radicals that lead Oregon's Democratic Party, it was not enough that, prior to this legislation, their state was already the Wild West of abortions.

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