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(Bend, OR)  --  A new report shows people are coming to Oregon to take advantage of the state's less-restrictive abortion laws.  The Oregonian reports on federal figures that show about eleven-percent of abortions in Oregon were for people from out-of-state.  The number is much lower in Idaho, where the Guttmacher Institute says restrictions make it hard for women to access that sort of care.  Oregon is one of a handful of states that allow nurse practitioners to perform abortions, which they've been doing for about 12 years.

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