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A crowd of people, including community member Julia Lont (front), line up at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. as part of a reproductive rights protest on May 5. The protest was a response to a draft opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States being leaked suggesting the landmark abortion rights case, Roe v. Wade, could be overturned.

Oregon funds women’s healthcare amid possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned

Stella Harkness and Sam Misa
May 14, 2022

After a leaked draft from the Supreme Court suggesting Roe v. Wade may be overturned, Oregon legislature has established laws that will fund $50 million dollars for women’s healthcare. This funding...

Current OSU staff member Amy Hunter (left) and her daughter Maggie Newell (right), on Oct. 17 at the Corvallis Court House. Amy Hunter organized this peaceful protest titled ‘Belligerent Optimists-Women Rise Up for Justice’ to promote voting, Black Lives Matter, and equal rights.

Women need to “rise up and make sure their voices are counted” at local Women’s March

Adriana Gutierrez, City Editor
October 22, 2020

Groups of local Corvallis residents rallied outside of the Corvallis Municipal Courthouse on Saturday, joining thousands of women across the country as they protested the recent supreme court nomination...

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