The Oregon House Judiciary Committee invited speakers to talk to it about a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks. Teresa Collett is an attorney who has testified in a number of states. She says: “The Unites States Supreme Court determined that a woman’s health could be related to a substantial impairment of a physical bodily function. That is the definition incorporated in this bill.” She adds the Oregon Law would be defensible in court. There are about 250 late term abortions performed in Oregon; usually related to the health of the mother. The bill has yet to be voted out of committee.