Democrats in Oregon have pushed through a pro-abortion bill that forces health insurers to pay for abortions for residents and illegal immigrants–essentially making the procedure free.  The bill known as the Reproductive Health Equity Act has moved to the Senate after winning approval in the State House.  It sets aside $10.2 million for services related to

contraception, sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy, including vasectomies and abortions, for the 2017-2019 budget period. It requires health insurers to provide free abortions to patients without a co-pay.  “Affordable access to reproductive health care shouldn’t depend on who you are, where you live, or how much you earn,” tweeted Democratic state Rep. Julie Fahey after the vote. READ MORE