Many Newport area women want to make it clear. It’s a woman’s choice!

Source: Many Newport area women want to make it clear. It’s a woman’s choice! | News Lincoln County

Newport area women gather in front of Newport City Hall to protest other states trying to outlaw abortion




Those participating told NewsLincolnCounty.com that the crowd started out at around 100 people, but then the skies opened up and the rain fell in buckets. One woman told us she’d rather get soaked with rain than not stand her ground on reproductive freedom.

 

 

‘We’re in the fight of our lives’: Alabama abortion law spurs lawsuits and protests

Women’s health advocates and Democratic leaders vow to fight the measure and the conservative-led effort to challenge abortion rights nationwide

Source: ‘We’re in the fight of our lives’: Alabama abortion law spurs lawsuits and protests | US news | The Guardian

Legislative Report, Volume 29, Number 17 – May 2019 – The League of Women Voters of Oregon

In This Issue
Climate Change
Education
Governance
Natural Resources
Revenue and Tax Reform
Social Policy  
Climate Change

By Claudia Keith, Julie Chapman, Shirley Weathers, Cathy Frischmann and Lynette Pierson
Progress! “Cap and Invest” HB 2020 -84 amendment was posted to OLIS last Monday. This new bill continues to… Read more

Source: Legislative Report, Volume 29, Number 17 – May 2019 – The League of Women Voters of Oregon

A Home for Everyone – Saturday, May 18, 1:30 pm

What: Jon Ruiz, “A Home for Everyone”
When: Saturday, May 18, 1:30–3:30 p.m.
Where: St. Stephen Episcopal Church, 414 SW Ninth Street (corner of Ninth and Hurbert)

Announcing

A Home for Everyone

A Free Public Forum on Eugene’s Plan for
Sheltering the Unsheltered

Jon Ruiz, Eugene City Manager

—Speaker and Discussion Moderator—

Mr. Ruiz will discuss Eugene & Lane County’s implementa­tion of a comprehensive new plan to shelter the chronically unhoused.  The plan includes…

  • Rapid re-housing for families and individuals in crisis
  • Robust supportive services–counseling,
    job training, drug and alcohol treatment
  • A new 75-bed public shelter, open all year
  • Many more units of supportive housing
  • Improved management of landlords of low-cost housing
  • Expansion and improvement of existing programs
  • Increased shelter space for unhoused Veterans
  • Shelter for youth with unstable housing

The forum will bring together Lincoln County civic authorities, housing activists and service providers to learn about Eugene’s new plan and consider the programs and services for the unsheltered here on the Central Coast.

Sponsored by

The Canterbury Forum

Visit us on Facebook:  Central Coast Canterbury Forum

 

Saturday, May 18th, 1:30–3:30 p.m.

St. Stephen Episcopal Church

414 SW Ninth Street, Newport

CF poster for 5-18-19