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More than 100 people marched in downtown Bend Thursday night showing their support for Planned Parenthood. Similar marches have been held in Eugene and Portland, after the U.S. House last month approved a bill that would stop funding Planned Parenthood. Supporters of the agency feel this legislation is misguided, and want to make their voices be heard. “A lot of men and women who support a very important cause, maybe with the spirit of these people and doing what we think is things, we'll make things happen.” In Oregon, more than 2000 women a week use Planned Parenthood. The measure to stop government funding of Planned Parenthood now goes to the Senate.

 

 

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