Hot News Stories (4/16/15)Posted: April 16, 2015
Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD)
Two-thirds of young Republicans believe that every woman should have access to affordable birth control, 65 percent believe that insurance companies should cover contraception without co-pays and 51 percent believe that the federal government should continue to fund contraceptive services for low-income women.
RH Reality Check (USA)
An Oregon bill that would have codified the right to affordable, full-spectrum reproductive health care was killed by the state’s Democratic leadership last week because of a provision that would have increased access to abortion.
The Oregonian (Salem, OR)
Oregonians interested in getting on birth control may soon have an easier time seeing that decision through — assuming a Republican lawmaker from central Oregon gets his way.