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Rep. Bill Post Introduces Pregnant Women’s Assistance Bill

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

 

Rep. Bill Post (R-Keizer) introduced a bill that would form a Pregnant Women’s Assistance Fund in the Oregon state legislature on Tuesday.

The bill would form a fund which will assist pregnant women throughout their pregnancy and beyond.

“This bill uses existing money to create a fund that will offer grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations who specifically provide wrap-around services for pregnant women on the Oregon Health Plan,” Post said. “This includes anything from prenatal care through birth and postpartum. In addition, HB 4059 offers adoption services, parenting support, nutritional services, housing and even assistance in finding employment.”

The bill will be formally introduced when the 2016 Legislative Session begins on February 1.

“I promised my constituents that I would bring this issue forward in the February session and I am very excited to introduce HB 4059,” Rep Post said. “I want to make sure that women have every opportunity to make the choice that is right for them regarding healthcare.”

 

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