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we are pushing back

As we kick off April, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on what we have accomplished and what we are doing to push back against Trump and his mean-spirited, illegal actions.

Here are just a few examples:

Title X "Gag Rule": I will not stand for a Gag Rule against medical providers. That's called censorship! So I've taken the lead – and 20 other states have joined me – in filing a lawsuit here in Oregon to protect women's health care. We should not be playing politics with the health and lives of women.

Affordable Care Act: With the Affordable Care Act under attack once again, potentially leaving millions of American without coverage, it is up to us to protect the sick and vulnerable. I have taken a legal stand against any attacks and joined Democratic Attorneys General in fighting the Trump Administration and protecting the right to affordable health care.

Border Crisis: The alleged crisis at our border has been manufactured by the Trump administration. This is why I joined my Democratic Attorneys General colleagues in walking across the border and back recently to see firsthand the challenges we're facing, so we can work for real solutions – not just ones that demonize asylum-seekers. And, thank you to Al Otro Lado; we observed their amazing efforts helping asylum seekers at the border.

As Oregon's legislative session continues on, I'll keep you posted about the latest developments.

Right now, however, we're counting on your grassroots support to helps us keep up the fight

Chip in to help us keep the fight going.


Posted on April 3, 2019.
Oregon is a special place. As Attorney General, I am working hard to keep it that way for future generations of Oregonians.Oregon is a special place. As Attorney General, I am working hard to keep it that way for future generations of Oregonians.

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As a prosecutor and judge, Ellen Rosenblum has spent her career fighting for and protecting the people of Oregon.

Now, as our Attorney General, she's standing up for the most vulnerable Oregonians, our seniors and diverse communities, small businesses, and all the people of Oregon.

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