Residents turned out Friday night in the Eugene/Springfield area after the U.S. Supreme Count overturned national abortion rights, leaning the decisions up to the individual states. While Oregon abortion laws remain intact, health care providers anticipates its services will soon be strained by neighboring states whose residents may need to seek family care elsewhere.
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade – the 1972 case that made abortion a Constitutional right – local organizations are bracing for the impact of out-of-state travelers seeking family . . .